From Middle English processioun, from Old French pourciession, from Latin processio (“a marching forward, an advance, in Late Latin a religious procession”), from procedere, past participle processus (“to move forward, advance, proceed”); see proceed.
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procession (plural processions)
- The act of progressing or proceeding
- A group of people or things moving along in an orderly manner, especially if doing so slowly and formally
- A number of things happening in sequence (in space or in time)
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See also 
- (intransitive) To take part in a procession
- (transitive, dated) To honour with a procession.
- (transitive, law, US, North Carolina and Tennessee) To ascertain, mark, and establish the boundary lines of (lands).
- To procession the lands of such persons as desire it.