ceremony[ ser-uh-moh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF ceremony
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CEREMONY
Then there was the ceremony of the Corn to learn, the prayers and the dances.
I was certainly present at the ceremony, but I have utterly forgotten her name.
The ceremony is gone through for the sake of pleasing a deity.
Peter knew he was experiencing a ceremony of some kind, the significance of which he must learn.
In this ceremony it was known that John Castell had been doomed to play a leading part.
I know that you have double the sum we want in ready money—so I make no ceremony.
I hope I ain't so much of a stranger you've got to stand on ceremony.
There was much pomp and ceremony attached to these knightly exercises.
But this is a question of taste and ceremony, and so is the Windsor Uniform.
The muster was for the ceremony of passing the Government Inspector and the Doctor.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CEREMONY
- good behavior
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