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ceremony

Pronunciation /ˈsɛrɪməni/
noun ceremonies
1 A formal religious or public occasion, especially one celebrating a particular event, achievement, or anniversary.
1.1 An act or series of acts performed according to a traditional or prescribed form.

Origin
from Old French ceremonie or Latin caerimonia ‘religious worship’, (plural) ‘ritual observances’.

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Worldwide, televisions are tuned to the opening ceremonies of the summer Olympic Games from Tokyo, Japan.

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@Algot
You missed out an 'e'. It spells correctly 'ceremoney'.
That's really important: see your own example!

@wauz

You are onto something, there!

We are viewing the event on NBC, and it is regularly interrupted by advertising.

CereMONEY, indeed.

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