A procession of motor vehicles, as in a parade.(noun)
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Use "motorcade" in a sentence
"Turns out, Washington commuters are so polite, they will pull over for a motorcade, even if the motorcade is filled with zombies."
"Next thing you know, the MSM will tell you that on the morning of September 11, a Coast Guard LIVE-FIRE training exercise will take place on The Potomac River 20 seconds before The Presidential motorcade is about to cross the very bridge where the ‘exercise’ is occuring."
"The Obama/Clinton motorcade is still wending its way here, so it will be a while before the show gets under way."