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Noun: proceeding  pru'see-ding or prow'see-ding
  1. (law) the institution of a sequence of steps by which legal judgments are invoked
    - legal proceeding, proceedings
Verb: proceed  'prow,seed
  1. Keep talking; follow up
    "please proceed";
    - continue, go on, carry on
  2. Move ahead; travel onward in time or space
    "We proceeded towards Washington";
    - go forward, continue, move ahead
  3. Follow a procedure or take a course
    "We should proceed farther in this matter";
    - go, move
  4. Follow a certain course
    "The inauguration proceeded well";
    - go
  5. Resume or proceed in a certain state, condition, or activity
    "We proceeded to work into the night";
    - continue, go on, go along, keep

Derived forms: proceedings

Type of: act, come about, due process, due process of law, fall out, go, go on, hap [archaic], happen, locomote, move, occur, pass, pass off, speak, take place, talk, travel

Encyclopedia: Proceeding

Proceed, Sergeant Lamb