verb (used without object), ritualized, ritualizing.
to practice ritualism.
verb (used with object), ritualized, ritualizing.
to make into a ritual:
to ritualize the serving of tea.
to convert (someone) to ritualism; impose ritualism upon.
(intransitive) to engage in ritualism or devise rituals
(transitive) to make (something) into a ritual
noun 1. an established or prescribed procedure for a religious or other rite. 2. a system or collection of religious or other rites. 3. observance of set forms in public worship. 4. a book of rites or ceremonies. 5. a book containing the offices to be used by priests in administering the sacraments and for […]
noun 1. a human sacrifice made to appease a deity.
noun 1. ostentatious or pretentious display. verb (used with object) 2. Slang. to treat with condescension; snub: The star ritzed the reporters and got a bad press. Idioms 3. put on the ritz, Informal. to live in elegance and luxury, especially to make an ostentatious show of one’s wealth: They put on the ritz to […]
[rits] /rɪts/ noun, Physics. 1. the principle that the frequencies of lines in atomic spectra can be represented as differences of a smaller number of terms, all characteristic of the emitting system, interpreted in quantum theory as the emission of exactly one photon in a transition between energy levels.