(cause sb to) gather together for inspection, a roll-call, etc.
march or walk in a procession or in order to display sth
display (sth); show (sth) off
formal gathering of troops for inspection, a roll-call
a public procession
"a parade of strollers on the mall"
"a parade of witnesses"
"she made a parade of her sorrows"
"She parades her new husband around town"
"the veterans paraded down the street"
A parade of their innocence was taken for a show of shamelessness.
出自： F. Raphael