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-cade

suff.
Procession: motorcade.

[From cavalcade.]

-cade

n combining form
indicating a procession of a specified kind: motorcade.
[abstracted from cavalcade]

cade1

(keɪd)

n.
a juniper, Juniperus oxycedrus, of the Mediterranean area, whose wood on destructive distillation yields an oily liquid used in treating skin diseases.
[1565–75]

cade2

(keɪd)

adj.
New Eng., Brit. (of the young of animals) abandoned by the mother and raised by humans.
[1425–75]

-cade

a combining form with the meaning “procession, parade”: motorcade.
[extracted from cavalcade]