Parade vs Outwalker - What's the difference?
As a verb parade
As a noun outwalker is
a person who next to, in front of, or behind a parade float.
An organized procession consisting of a series of consecutive displays, performances, exhibits, etc. displayed by moving down a street past a crowd.
Any succession, series, or display of items.
- The floats and horses in the parade were impressive, but the marching bands were really amazing.
- The dinner was a parade of courses, each featuring foods more elaborate than the last.
A line of goslings led by one parent and often trailed by the other.
The ground where a military display is held, or where troops are drilled.
Pompous show; formal display or exhibition.
* Jonathan Swift
- a parade of shops
(Gallicism) Posture of defense; guard.
* John Locke
- Be rich, but of your wealth make no parade .
A public walk; a promenade; now used in street names.
- when they are not in parade , and upon their guard
- He was parked on Chester Parade .
* hit parade
* military parade
* victory parade
* pride parade
* techno parade
* parade of horribles
* ticker tape parade
* rain on someone's parade
To march or to display.
To display or show; to exhibit in a showy or ostentatious manner; to show off.
- They paraded around the field, simply to show their discipline.
- They paraded dozens of fashions past the crowd.
To march past.
- Parading all her sensibility. Byron.
- After the field show, it is customary to parade the stands before exiting the field.
A person who next to, in front of, or behind a parade float