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cer·e·mo·ni·al

 (sĕr′ə-mō′nē-əl)
adj.
1. Of, appropriate to, or characterized by ceremony; formal or ritual.
2. Involved or used in ceremonies: ceremonial garb.
n.
1. A set of ceremonies prescribed for an occasion; a ritual.
2. A ceremony or rite.

cer′e·mo′ni·al·ism n.
cer′e·mo′ni·al·ist n.
cer′e·mo′ni·al·ly adv.
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ceremonially

, ceremoniously - Ceremonially relates to the performance of a procedure; ceremoniously relates to the performer of the procedure.
See also related terms for procedure.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.ceremonially - in a ceremonious manner; "my mother advised her children ceremoniously"
2.ceremonially - in a ceremonial manner; "he was ceremonially sworn in as President"
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Translations
بِصورَةٍ احْتِفالِيَّه
obřadněslavnostně
ceremonielt
szertartásosan
formlega
merasimletörenle

ceremonially

[ˌserɪˈməʊnɪəlɪ] ADVcon ceremonia
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ceremonially

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ceremonially

[ˌsɛrɪˈməʊnɪəlɪ] advsecondo il rituale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

ceremony

(ˈserəməni) , ((American) -mouni) plural ˈceremonies noun
1. a sacred or formal act, eg a wedding, funeral etc. a marriage ceremony.
2. solemn display and formality. pomp and ceremony.
ˌcereˈmonial (-ˈməu-) adjective
formal or official. a ceremonial occasion such as the opening of parliament.
ˌcereˈmonially adverb
ˌcereˈmonious (-ˈməu-) adjective
(negative unceremonious) carefully formal or polite.
ˌcereˈmoniously adverb
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References in classic literature ?
And before the normal fixity of her enigmatical eyes the smoke of the cigarette ascended ceremonially, straight up, in a slender spiral.
He loosed a thin stream into Kim's hands, who drank nativefasion; but the lama must needs pull out a cup from his inexhaustible upper draperies and drink ceremonially.
The 54th year of Studia Academica Slovaca, a summer school of Slovak language and culture, due to accommodate 156 foreign students from 33 countries, ceremonially opened at Comenius University in Bratislava on August 6.
Amidst shouting of 'Haribol' and 'Jai Jagannath', three deities were ceremonially brought out through the Lion's Gate, the main entrance of the temple.
New life was breathed into the ill-fated high-speed boat when the first rivet was ceremonially fixed by the daughter of legendary record breaker Donald Campbell.
They were on site at Australian Blocks, in Kittsland Road, Shard End, when city cabinet member for housing Coun John Lines dropped in for a special visit and ceremonially presented the trio with their chosen tools of the trade to mark their achievement
THE Prince of Wales was yesterday hoisted into the air by players at an annual no-holds-barred football match as he arrived to ceremonially ``turn up'' the ball.
He was ceremonially ''handed over'' by members of his congregation at St Andrew's, Shottery, at a service on Sunday.
A bridge crosses the moat to ceremonially deliver you to the museum, in which white galleries play on three levels.
A state-of-the-art milk farm, one of the biggest in central Europe, ceremonially opened in Bzoviacutek.One of the biggest milk farms in central Europe ceremonially opened in Bzoviacutek, close to Krupina (Banskaacute Bystrica Region) on June 17.