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  • n. Plural form of paradegoer.

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Examples

  • These included the use of terms such as "savages" and "animals" to refer to paradegoers who, overwhelmingly, are black.

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  • But no worries, the paradegoers then took their Phil Collins drink tickets to the nearby Shayz Lounge.

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  • Some paradegoers said they were less than thrilled with the high politician turnout.

    Holiday parade draws the politicians

  • The parade began its lumbering pace, and Zack went into performance mode, scooting up through the paradegoers to get closer to the beat of the drums, doing his funky dance for a stretch of the twenty-block, jam-packed, shimmy-walk processional.

    Falling Apart in One Piece

  • Tow trucks swoop in on paradegoers' cars Chicago Sun-Times

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  • In past years, when I engaged in conversation with some paradegoers, especially the adults, about how our current King George was running rough-shod over the Constitution and the accompanying Bill of Rights, often they said they were appalled to hear that.

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  • A holiday rite that had drawn thousands of paradegoers annually suddenly became a symbol, for many Christians, of secular society run amok.

    Why a Christmas Tree?

  • For all the things there were to complain about, a number of paradegoers interviewed said they were unaware of an off-the-cuff remark Mr. Bloomberg made in February that caused a brouhaha.

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  • Songs are memorized, and band members, ages 11 to 18, are trained to block paradegoers from crossing their ranks, he says.

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  • He painted Edward Hopperesque scenes until one day a stranger pulled up and saw a sketch Newton had done that included the backsides of paradegoers.

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