ceremonies[ ser-uh-moh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF ceremonies
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Ceremonies at Eleusis, in honour of Demeter, observed with great secrecy.
Because the weather was cold and wet, the ceremonies were conducted indoors.
He pointed out that forms and ceremonies were made for man, not man for forms and ceremonies.
It is curious to observe how customs and ceremonies degenerate.
These were the ceremonies with which he received the collegians.
All these ceremonies had been agreed on before the King went to see him.
This Reverting of the Initiation was to be one of the ceremonies.
When they return, said the women, the ceremonies will begin.
The ceremonies were all characterised by a belief in some future state.
The spectacle is one of the most imposing of all Roman ceremonies.