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1. A funeral procession.
2. The group following and attending to some important person; SYN. retinue, suite, entourage.
train of attendants; procession
ETYM French, from Latin processio. Related to Proceed.
A collection of things moving ahead in an orderly manner.
ETYM Old Eng. string, streng, as. streng; akin to Dutch streng, German strang, Icel. strengr, Swed. sträng, Dan. straeng; probably from the adj, Eng. strong (see Strong); or perhaps originally meaning, twisted, and akin to Eng. strangle.
1. A lightweight cord; SYN. twine.
2. A tightly stretched cord of wire or gut, which makes sound when plucked, struck, or bowed.
3. A sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding; SYN. train.
4. A linear sequence of words as spoken or written; SYN. string of words, word string, linguistic string.
5. A collection of objects threaded on a single strand.
1. The posterior part of the body of a vertebrate especially when elongated and extending beyond the trunk or main part of the body.
2. Any projection that resembles the tail of an animal; SYN. tail end.
3. The rear part of an aircraft; SYN. tail assembly, empennage.
4. The reverse side that does not bear the representation of a person's head.
5. A detective employed to follow someone and report their movements; SYN. shadow.
ETYM French train, Old Fren. traďn, trahin; cf. (for some of the senses) French traine. Related to Train.
1. A series of consequences wrought by an event.
2. Long back section of a gown that is drawn along the floor.