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Done as though following a ritual; in a ritualistic manner
ceremoniously, according to the rules of a ritual
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The belief that it is necessary for rites or repeated sets of actions to be carried out
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In the manner of a ritual
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the study of religious or magical rites and ceremonies
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Specifically : (a) The principles and practices of those in the Church of England, who in the development of the Oxford movement, so-called, have insisted upon a return to the use in church services of the symbolic ornaments (altar cloths, encharistic vestments, candles, etc
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exaggerated emphasis on the importance of rites or ritualistic forms in worship
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Schaff-Herzog Encyc
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(b) Also, the principles and practices of those in the Protestant Episcopal Church who sympathize with this party in the Church of England
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that were sanctioned in the second year of Edward VI
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exaggerated emphasis on the importance of rites or ritualistic forms in worship the study of religious or magical rites and ceremonies
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A system founded upon a ritual or prescribed form of religious worship; adherence to, or observance of, a ritual
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and never, as they maintain, forbidden by competennt authority, although generally disused
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{i} advocacy of practicing rites or rituals; study of rituals and religious ceremonies
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Ritualistic actions or behaviour follow a similar pattern every time they are used. Each evening she bursts into her apartment with a ritualistic shout of `Honey I'm home!'
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Pertaining to, or in accordance with, a ritual; adhering to ritualism
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of or characterized by or adhering to ritualism; "a feudal or ritualistic society"; "the ritualistic killing of a sheep"
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Ritualistic acts are the fixed patterns of behaviour that form part of a religious service or ceremony. the meditative and ritualistic practices of Buddhism. ritualistic words or behaviour always follow the same pattern, especially because they form part of a ritual
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Of or relating to habitual behavior
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of or characterized by or adhering to ritualism; "a feudal or ritualistic society"; "the ritualistic killing of a sheep
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Done in the manner of a ritual
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{s} advocating ritualism, advocating the practice of rites or rituals; in accordance with a rite or ritual
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    Hyphenation

    ri·tu·al·is·ti·cal·ly

    Turkish pronunciation

    rîçuılîstîkli

    Pronunciation

    /ˌrəʧo͞oəˈləstəklē/ /ˌrɪʧuːəˈlɪstɪkliː/

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