aquacade

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aq·ua·cade

 (ăk′wə-kād′, ä′kwə-)
n.
An entertainment spectacle of swimmers and divers, often performing in unison to the accompaniment of music.

aq•ua•cade

(ˈæk wəˌkeɪd, ˈɑ kwə-)

n.
an exhibition of skilled swimming and diving to music.
[1935–40; aqua(tic) + -cade]
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The aquacade is part of Cleveland's Great Lakes Expo and features swimmers-turned-actors Johnny Weissmuller and Eleanor Holm.