marade
 n.— «Former Denver first lady Wilma Webb spearheaded the formation of the Marade—a combination march and parade. She founded the Martin Luther King Holiday Commission and pushed to make it a state holiday when she served in the legislature. “Wilma coined the word ‘marade,’” said Vern Howard, chairman of the commission. “She took the word ‘march,’ which means ‘to demonstrate’ and she took the word ‘parade,’ which means ‘to celebrate.’”» —“King marchers revel in strides” by Kieran Nicholson Denver Post (Colorado) Jan. 19, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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