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Definition of "ceremoniously" [cer•e•mo•ni•ous•ly]

  • In a ceremonious manner. (adverb)

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Use "ceremoniously" in a sentence
  • "The butler met him on the threshold, flanked by the usual array of footmen; and as he saw his portmanteau ceremoniously passed from hand to hand, Amherst once more felt the steel of the springe on his neck."
  • "Before riding off he devoted himself to the death for the Arab cause, drew his sword ceremoniously, and made to it, by name, a heroic speech."
  • "Half King was away at his cabin on Little Beaver Creek, but George learned that Monakatoocha, a Chief second only to Half King, was in the village and went to call ceremoniously on him."
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