Definition of motorcade
: a procession of motor vehicles
Examples of motorcade in a Sentence
the next part of the parade was a motorcade of fire engines
Recent Examples of motorcade from the Web
Trump emerged from a Marriott in Warsaw on Thursday a little after 9:15 a.m., his sprawling motorcade of flag-flapping black sedans, police escorts and shuttle buses riding along the Vistula River to a back entrance to the presidential palace.
Abbas entered the stadium cautiously, safe inside his motorcade.
More: New Kentucky Lottery CEO wants to increase ticket sales, raise state revenue More: Founder of annual MLK motorcade, George L. Burney Sr.
The event took place at his own hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, a brief motorcade-ride away from the White House.
Major roads are likely to be shut down for the president’s motorcade to and from the event, which is scheduled at the Manuel Artime Theater, 900 SW First St. in Miami, early Friday afternoon.
Vic terrorizing press-bus drivers who fell behind the motorcade.
After traveling 750 miles from Houston, the 35 real mummies and 150 related artifacts arrived in a motorcade with heavy security for their regional debut.
Last month, a motorcade of protesters gathered early on a Saturday morning near the club when the president was in town.
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First Known Use of motorcade
MOTORCADE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of motorcade for English Language Learners
: a group or line of cars or other vehicles that travel together
MOTORCADE Defined for Kids
Definition of motorcade for Students
: a line of motor vehicles traveling as a group a presidential motorcade
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