ritualistically (part of speech: adverb)
- Amongst some of the tribes of the Malay Archipelago also the Gaji- Guru or medicine- man " can see from the yolk of an egg, broken whilst sacramentally counting from one to seven, from what illness a man is suffering and what has caused it." - "The Khasis", P. R. T. Gurdon.
- But in no case did any Jew think that washing could change, sacramentally or magically, the nature of man. - "Landmarks in the History of Early Christianity", Kirsopp Lake.
- M. Larnaude, who viewed membership as something sacramentally inalienable, seemed shocked, as though the suggestion bordered on sacrilege, and wondered how any government should feel tempted to take such a step. - "The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference", Emile Joseph Dillon.