[ UK /ɹˈɪt‍ʃuːəlˌɪzəm/ ]
  1. the study of religious or magical rites and ceremonies
  2. exaggerated emphasis on the importance of rites or ritualistic forms in worship
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How To Use ritualism In A Sentence

  • It had come home in the form of drugs and broken vets, a generation turning to spiritualism and mystic cults.
  • Hasn't magick and spiritualism always been around, under the guises of many religions and beliefs?
  • He presents us with a feel-good spiritualism without any specific obligations.
  • In order to reach their goals for conversion, they actively coerced the children into condemning their traditional religiosity and spiritualism as ungodly rites, rituals, and idolatry.
  • Concomitantly, there has been a shift from religion to spiritualisms manifested in a trend toward syncretism and the simultaneous identification with different traditions.
  • And anyway, how can you justify spending money and manpower on keeping alive such a fatally old-fashioned ritualism ? ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • Spiritualism, pan-animism, metempsychosis and reincarnation were at the radical end of a spectrum, but wide consensus existed for accepting evolution as a creed of progress.
  • Can you tell me something about the ritualism associated with this murder? TROPIC OF NIGHT
  • Ritualism is normal toddler behavior.
  • Erika dabbled in spiritualism, and claimed to be a medium. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND
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