Definition of "proceedings" [proceedings]

  • The minutes of the meetings of a club, society, etc (plural-noun)
  • Legal action; litigation (plural-noun)
  • The events of an occasion, meeting, etc (plural-noun)
  • Plural form of proceeding. (noun)

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  • The course of procedure in the prosecution of an action at law. (Can we date this quote?) Blackstone. (noun)
  • The published record of its action, or of things done at its meetings. (noun)

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Use "proceedings" in a sentence
  • "Allowing anyone to attend the proceedings is the next logical step, and one that the council may take someday, he said."
  • "Legendary team owner Al Davis, who usually watches the proceedings from a golf cart, keeps an almost constant presence."
  • "Boulting's search for the stars, however, proved frustrating; his only interviewees, excluding those actually involved in proceedings, were the Russian darts player Anastasia Dobromyslova and the former television personality Angus Loughran, neither of whom to the best of my knowledge is a cage fighter? though they'd probably be fairly well-matched."
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