Pageant – meaning of the word and example

A competition for young women in which they are judged on their beauty and other qualities. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A show, usually performed outside, that consists of people wearing traditional clothing and acting out historical events. (Cambridge Dictionary)

pageant is a colourful public procession, show, or ceremony. Pageants are usually held out of doors and often celebrate events or people from history. (Collins Dictionary)

pageant or a beauty pageant is a competition in which young women are judged to decide which one is the most beautiful. (Collins Dictionary)

Example

Miss La Vergne Pageants.

https://www.lavergnetn.gov/225/Miss-La-Vergne-Pageants

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