ceremonial

[ ser-uh-moh-nee-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF ceremonial

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CEREMONIAL

He liked the Easter ceremonial better, perhaps, than that of Christmas.

He returned from his audience with the emperor in ceremonial robes, high on horseback.

To this the soothsayer adds the ceremonial element, 'attending upon the gods.'

Each bow—and he bowed often—was an act of ceremonial courtesy.

Pomp and ceremonial, popes and kings, are toys for children.

She stretched her arms outward and upward in ceremonial fashion.

I have settled all the ceremonial for a meeting between the sultan and the admiral.

No portion of the ceremonial of parting appertained personally to him.

At noon shops were closed in order that everyone might participate in the ceremonial.

When all preparations have been made complete for a ceremonial, the word "Si!"

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