Synonyms of 'parade'
an ordered march or processionA military parade marched slowly through the streets.
a funeral procession
Organisers expect up to 3000 people to join the march.
a traditional Christmas pageant
a long train of oil tankers
an early morning review of the troops
column, , , ,
There were reports of columns of military vehicles appearing on the streets.
a cavalcade of limousines and police motorcycles
A glittering parade of celebrities attended the event.
to walk or march, esp. in a processionMore than four thousand people paraded down the Champs Elysées.
to exhibit or flauntHe was a modest man who never paraded his wealth.
openly flaunting their wealth
What made you decide to show your paintings?
She does not have to display her charms.
Her work was exhibited in the best galleries in Europe.
The whole issue was thoroughly aired at the meeting.
draw attention to,
brandish, , ,
He appeared in the lounge brandishing a knife.
make a show of
They love to parade around in designer clothes.
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in the sense of air
to expose to air to dry or ventilateThe whole issue was thoroughly aired at the meeting.
in the sense of array
an impressive display or collectionthe markets with their wonderful arrays of fruit and vegetables
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