ritual

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noun
ADJECTIVE
ancient, primitive
traditional
daily, nightly
Sunday, etc.
family

Eating around the table was a family ritual that could not be broken.

tribal
little

A cognac before bed is one of our little nightly rituals.

elaborate, solemn
bizarre, strange
empty

Bargaining at the markets is now just an empty ritual.

secret

secret rituals in the sacred forest

magical, religious
public, social
sacred
Catholic, Hindu, Jewish, etc.
pagan, satanic, shamanic, voodoo
burial, cleansing, courtship, fertility, funerary, healing, initiation, mating, mourning, purification
hazing (AmE)
VERB + RITUAL
conduct, do, enact, go through, hold, perform

She had to go through the ritual of kissing the toys before her son would go to sleep.

rituals performed by druids on Midsummer's Day

undergo

Boys undergo a circumcision ritual to usher them into adulthood.

follow, observe, practise/practice

Their funerals follow the rituals of the Catholic church.

They practise/practice certain rituals in connection with rites of passage.

complete

It takes several days to complete the ritual.

begin

Jake began the evening ritual of asking about everyone's day.

make

He makes an elaborate ritual of washing the car.

become

Her visits to her aged father have become a ritual.

RITUAL + VERB
take place
PREPOSITION
in a/the ritual

Women's roles in the rituals of many religions have been limited.

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adj.
Ritual is used with these nouns: ↑chant, ↑dance, ↑denunciation, ↑magic, ↑murder, ↑prayer, ↑sacrifice, ↑slaughter, ↑suicide, ↑vessel

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • Ritual — Rit u*al, a.[L. ritualis, fr. ritus a rite: cf. F. rituel.] Of or pertaining to rites or ritual; as, ritual service or sacrifices; the ritual law. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Ritual — Rit u*al, n. [Cf. F. rituel.] 1. A prescribed form of performing divine service in a particular church or communion; as, the Jewish ritual. [1913 Webster] 2. Hence, the code of ceremonies observed by an organization; as, the ritual of the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ritual — (Del lat. rituālis). 1. adj. Perteneciente o relativo al rito1. 2. m. Conjunto de ritos de una religión, de una iglesia o de una función sagrada. 3. libro ritual. ser de ritual algo. fr. Estar impuesto por la costumbre …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • ritual — [rich′o͞o əl] adj. [L ritualis] of, having the nature of, or done as a rite or rites [ritual dances] n. 1. a set form or system of rites, religious or otherwise 2. the observance of set forms or rites, as in public worship 3. a book containing… …   English World dictionary

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