Definition of "ceremonialism" [cer•e•mo•ni•al•ism]
A fondness for ceremony, especially in religion; ritualism.(noun)
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Use "ceremonialism" in a sentence
"Here is a ceremonialism which is blind to the humane."
"Jerusalem Day accurately portrays the Israeli public discourse regarding the political status of the city: a great deal of ceremonialism, slogans, and a sea of waving flags, but very little relevant substance relating to the root of the city's conflicted reality, and realistically examining its future possibilities."
"Rich mythologies, vivid oral histories, festivals, and animal ceremonialism also illustrate the social, economic, and spiritual relationships that indigenous peoples have with the arctic environment."