Ceremony and Etiquette


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Ceremony noun – An oft-repeated action or series of actions performed in accordance with tradition or a set of rules.
Usage example: a beautiful, old-fashioned wedding ceremony

Etiquette is a synonym for ceremony in observing customs topic. In some cases you can use "Etiquette" instead a noun "Ceremony", when it comes to topics like decorum, pomp.
Nearby Words: ceremonious, ceremonial, ceremoniously, ceremonially
Synonyms for Ceremony


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Etiquette noun – Personal conduct or behavior as evaluated by an accepted standard of appropriateness for a social or professional setting.
Ceremony is a synonym for etiquette in observing customs topic. You can use "Ceremony" instead a noun "Etiquette", if it concerns topics such as decorum.
Synonyms for Etiquette

How words are described

fancy fancy ceremony fancy etiquette
usual usual ceremony usual etiquette
formal formal ceremony formal etiquette
proper proper ceremony proper etiquette
Other adjectives: simple, traditional, military, official, strange, western.

Both words in one sentence

  • Everybody Hates Mathematics The six arts are: rites (including things like ceremony, etiquette and diplomacy), music, archery, chariot riding (along with archery, representing strength of arms), calligraphy and finally mathematics.
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