Ritualistic ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Ritualistic ( adjective )

  1. Relating to or consisting of a religious or ceremonial rite.
  2. Relating to or characterized by strict adherence to prescribed forms or ways of doing things.

Origin:

Derived from the noun 'ritual' which comes from the latin 'ritus' meaning 'rite, custom, ceremony'.

Examples:

  1. The tribal leaders performed a highly ritualistic dance to honor their ancestors.
  2. His morning routine was highly ritualistic, involving the same activities performed in the same order each day.
  3. The religious ceremony was performed in a very ritualistic manner.
  4. He followed the recipe with ritualistic precision, measuring out each ingredient precisely.
  5. Her daily yoga practice was a ritualistic exercise in both physical and mental discipline.

(As a noun)

Ritualistic ( noun )

  1. Relating to or consisting of a religious or ceremonial rite.
  2. Relating to or characterized by strict adherence to prescribed forms or ways of doing things.

Origin:

Derived from the noun 'ritual' which comes from the latin 'ritus' meaning 'rite, custom, ceremony'.

Examples:

  1. The tribal leaders performed a highly ritualistic dance to honor their ancestors.
  2. His morning routine was highly ritualistic, involving the same activities performed in the same order each day.
  3. The religious ceremony was performed in a very ritualistic manner.
  4. He followed the recipe with ritualistic precision, measuring out each ingredient precisely.
  5. Her daily yoga practice was a ritualistic exercise in both physical and mental discipline.
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