a student of or authority on ritual practices or religious rites.
a person who practices or advocates observance of ritual, as in religious services.
(initial capital letter) Anglican Church.
a person who supports High Church principles.
a supporter of the Oxford movement.
What an answer is here to the monk, the ascetic, and the ritualist!
The Assembly of God C. (Charles) H. (Henry) Mackintosh
Fortune had handed over the parish of Harden to a ritualist vicar.
Robert Elsmere Mrs. Humphry Ward
Her carefully trained imagination was her religion, and in her own way she was a ritualist.
The Best Short Stories of 1920 Various
“Never heard of a ritualist,” thought Jack, with a feeling of gladness.
The Golden Butterfly Walter Besant
The ritualist is never a prophet; and out of such a formal cult no words of inspiration are apt to flow.
Who Wrote the Bible? Washington Gladden
But the heart-stricken ritualist had swarmed up the ladder and was gone.
Punchinello, Vol. II., Issue 31, October 29, 1870 Various
You’ll find a red-hot ritualist would give up his arms and legs for his carryings-on.
A Lost Cause Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
You are no doubt a ritualist, and your son has no doubt been educated in the same school.
The Altar Steps Compton MacKenzie
The ritualist would have knelt as straight as an arrow and without quivering once all through.
The Girl of the Period and Other Social Essays, Vol. II (of 2) Eliza Lynn Linton
He was neither a puritan, like the Essenes, nor a ritualist, like the Pharisees.
The Unseen World and Other Essays John Fiske
the act, the practice, or an instance of . Law. the felonious taking of the property of another from his or her person or in his or her immediate presence, against his or her will, by violence or intimidation. Contemporary Examples There is no such charge as Murder of a Good Person or robbery of […]
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a metrical narrative, especially in medieval French literature. a novel. of or relating to the ancient or modern city of Rome, or to its inhabitants and their customs and culture: Roman restaurants. of or relating to the ancient kingdom, republic, and empire whose capital was the city of Rome. of a kind or character regarded […]
Disparaging. a member of the Roman Catholic Church. one versed in Roman institutions, law, etc. Also, Romanicist [roh-man-uh-sist] /roʊˈmæn ə sɪst/ (Show IPA). a person versed in Romance languages, literature, or linguistics. Romanists, Fine Arts. a group of Flemish and Dutch painters of the 16th century who traveled to Italy and returned to Flanders and […]