ceremony

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  • I mean, you usually play at that ceremony when you get in.
  • The marriage was held in a secret ceremony but soon became known.
  • Many of those countries still hold the traditional memorial ceremony every year.
  • At the self-choice ceremony also I would have chosen him as my lord. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1
  • She did not appear at the ceremony to receive her award.
  • The date of the ceremony where his star will be put in place has yet to be announced.
  • This type of ceremony means it is closed to the public.
  • A pre-game ceremony was held in their honor prior to the first game of the season.
  • The school holds their annual prize-giving ceremony in June of every year.
  • They were married the following year in a private ceremony.
  • It is also at this ceremony that they are given their craft name.
  • There is a ceremony similar to the State Opening, but much less well-known.
  • The itself ceremony may take up to three hours.
  • The opening ceremony was attended by the governor of the province.
  • They were also often musicians and played an important role in many ceremonies.
  • During the ceremony, the first woman was promoted to the rank of General.
  • In line with her wishes, the ceremony was a private service for family and friends.
  • My personal experience about these award ceremonies is that I don't trust them.
  • They eventually decide to marry in a low-key ceremony in a community garden.
  • However, every seven years you do the ritual, the ceremony, the whole thing.
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Words starting with ceremony

Meaning of ceremony

  • noun A formal event performed on a special occasion
    a ceremony commemorating Pearl Harbor
  • noun Any activity that is performed in an especially solemn elaborate or formal way
    the ceremony of smelling the cork and tasting the wine, he makes a ceremony of addressing his golf ball, he disposed of it without ceremony
  • noun The proper or conventional behavior on some solemn occasion
    an inaugural ceremony