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
The Virginia cyclist who was fired for flipping off the presidential motorcade last fall is now suing her former employer, reports said Wednesday.
When the Russian leader arrived in Kemerovo, people were entirely banned from the streets (and sidewalks) as his motorcade sped through.
Kim’s clandestine visit -- Chinese officials refused for two days to confirm reports of his motorcade and train movements -- shakes up the diplomatic landscape ahead of a potential meeting by the end of May with Trump.
Police are shutting down Mulholland in anticipation of the presidential motorcade moving.
The president tweeted the news from Air Force One following a trip to New York — prompting the outgoing chief of staff to drive off in a black SUV, leaving the rest of the presidential motorcade behind in a driving rainstorm.
The presidential motorcade headed to Broward Health North Hospital, where the president and first lady met victims of Wednesday's school shooting and first responders and doctors who treated them.
On Fox News, the presidential motorcade waits outside the White House, for Donald Trump to emerge.
To deepen the mystery, a motorcade of black limousines was also seen waiting at the train station.
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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
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