- A million people lined the route of the funeral cortège while millions more watched on television.
- The funeral cortège was led by a lone piper and flanked by a guard of honour.
- The singer climbs, grim-faced, into the band's chauffeur-driven, black people carrier as though he's about to join a funeral cortège.
Mid 17th century: from French, from Italian corteggio, from corteggiare 'attend court', from corte 'court', from Latin cohors, cohort- 'retinue'.
Words that rhyme with cortègebeige, Liège, manège
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