Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To go along, step, or march in pride or exultation.

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Examples

  • VNDE haec, unde haec flamma exoritur? incede, adsunt, me expetit agmen. fer mi auxilium, pestem abige a me, flammiferam hanc uim quae me excruciat. caerulea incinctae angui incedunt, 5 circumstant cum ardentibus taedis.

    Dramatic Fragments Alcmaeon

  • Martis sanguineas quae cohibet manus, quae dat belligeris foedera gentibus et cornu retinet diuite copiam, 10 donetur tenera mitior hostia. et tu, qui facibus legitimis ades, noctem discutiens auspice dextera huc incede gradu marcidus ebrio, praecingens roseo tempora uinculo.

    Hymeneal

  • Nec defuit Polycletus, quominus, ingenti agminfe Italiae Galliseque gravis, poftquam Oceanum tranf - miferat, militibus quoque noftris terribilis incede - ret.

    C. Cornelii Taciti opera omnia. ...

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  • Incede (intransitive verb) means "to move on, advance; to move or march with measured or stately pace (Oxford English Dictionary).

    June 23, 2011