aquacade

aquacade

[ak-wuh-keyd, ah-kwuh-]
noun
an elaborate aquatic performance or exhibition consisting of swimming, diving, etc., usually accompanied by music

Origin:
1935–40; aqua- + -cade

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aquashow or (US) aquacade (ˈækwəˌʃəʊ, ˈækwəˌkeɪd)
 
n
an exhibition of swimming and diving, often accompanied by music
 
aquacade or (US) aquacade
 
n

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aquacade
"aquatic entertainment," 1937, Amer.Eng., from aqua- + -cade, from cavalcade (q.v.).
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