Examples of pageantry in a Sentence
I like the tradition and pageantry that come with graduations.
Recent Examples of pageantry from the Web
No successor promoted to China’s most powerful political body Xi has amassed enough power to rule China for decades more A week of pageantry in Beijing ended with President Xi Jinping cementing his status as China’s strongest leader in decades.
BritBox offers coverage of the Lord Mayor’s Show, with more than 140 floats as well as pageantry and military bands accompanying the Lord Mayor of London’s journey through the center of the city to swear his allegiance to the Crown.
Wochit Janet Jackson at last made her way back to a Detroit stage Sunday night, bookending her energetic pop pageantry with some serious social messaging.
Such a show of military pageantry, however, is often associated with militaristic regimes trying to prove their might and would be uncommon in the US, which has shied away from such large-scale displays in recent decades.
No turmoil can be allowed to spoil the political pageantry.
The song’s name was plagiarized from the British national anthem, and the record released to coincide with Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee, an exercise in monarchic pageantry conducted against a backdrop of turmoil.
While many passers-by stop to admire the pageantry, the meetings are largely closed to the public.
The Honor Bowl has always been special — great teams, pageantry, military presence.
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