ritual

[ rich-oo-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF ritual

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Throughout the ritual of the day he could not grow accustomed to saying good-bye.

It is very remarkable, and although infallible, I never read it in any ritual.

They lead a sort of ritual dance, that most of us have agreed to take seriously.

In this the Roman ritual is markedly different from the Greek.

There is no great religion in which ritual is so much, doctrine and enthusiasm so little.

The interests of the prophets, however, do not centre in ritual.

Ritual, indeed, was the one point of interest in Lady Amelia's life.

It had distinguished itself by its elaborate opposition to ritual.

It is a social work of art, expressed in social action, like a ritual or a play.

No man could mistake the ritual of which that strain was bred.

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