Similar words: pageant, vengeance, page, seepage, rampage, pageboy, page layout, manageable. Meaning: ['pædʒəntrɪ] n. 1. a rich and spectacular ceremony 2. an elaborate representation of scenes from history etc; usually involves a parade with rich costumes.
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1, She loved the pageantry and tradition of the Royal Family.
2, Not for silly pageantry, Hardin.
3, I learn the importance of pageantry and ceremony.
4, Police pageantry was a symbolic rite.
5, The pageantry surrounding the court is a feast of spectacle and venerable tradition.
6, Colorful, showy display; pageantry or pomp.
7, The beauty pageantry develops as years go on.
8, London was a blaze of pageantry and colour.
9, But with all its spectacle and pageantry, Ben - Hur is a story of people.
10, Pageantry and detail and sense of place can greatly add to a game's emotional appeal.
11, He was tired of the pageantry of the noble family and decided to be a monk.
12, Pomp, pageantry and symbolism mark the first day of this visit.
13, She loved the pageantry and tradition of the Royal family.
14, There was no shortage of pageantry for the royal couple in the evening.
15, It is unexcelled for royal pageantry and for a gracious and civilized way of life.
16, To scenes of pageantry and revelry,[http://sentencedict.com/pageantry.html] Ben - Hur stuns with the impact of and thundering action.
17, They were expected to attend the urban celebrations of the great festivals and took part in the pageantry and the festivities.
18, The Federals looking toward the Confederate lines got only a limited impression of pageantry.
19, During the next days, Philippa was to see the full glory of his departure, all show and pageantry.
20, Success-even getting better-is made really important and a cause for celebration with noise and pageantry.
21, How does the game evoke the ethos and atmosphere and pageantry of its setting?
22, In any case, there was none of the imperial pageantry depicted in Bertolucci's film "The Last Emperor", nor did I notice any giggling concubines in the kitchen.
23, Although her popular image was contrived It'served to inspire music and pageantry.
24, For more than six years, I was a partaker pageantry of European history and culture.
25, Theopening ceremony has evolved over the years into a complex extravaganza, with music, speeches, and pageantry.
26, I am not a Christmas person – I fear the pageantry and the crowds.
27, Come, join us in the magic of the Pacific and the pageantry of its people.
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