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View definitions for ceremoniously

ceremoniously

adverb as in officially

adverb as in respectfully

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The last of 500 cards were ceremoniously signed at a press conference and then presented with the others to the authorities.

A $20,000 check was ceremoniously presented to the Southeast Arlington Little League (SEALL).

"They saluted and marched upstairs and they came down so ceremoniously," said Madikizela-Mandela.

Chewing on a thick piece of gum, Moss ceremoniously pulled it out when deigning to talk.

Caroline Kennedy has mostly spent her life as a wife, a mother, and most ceremoniously, a daughter.

The gentleman bows very ceremoniously, and Monsieur St. Ange walks slowly out, and takes a glass of curaoa in the outer room.

His officers bade him respectful farewells on the deck of our steamer, and he ceremoniously kissed them each and all.

Aristide offered him a two francs corona which was ceremoniously accepted.

That will do, interrupted Satan, taking the violin from the little man, who bowed low and ceremoniously took his departure.

To me, as a stranger, he was most ceremoniously yet kindly polite, and conversed on all subjects and of all countries.

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On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ceremoniously, such as: correctly, formally, properly, regularly, according to protocol, and befittingly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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