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Definition of "ceremonialism" [cer•e•mo•ni•al•ism]

  • A fondness for ceremony, especially in religion; ritualism. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."