Kennedy has mostly spent her life as a wife, a mother, and most ceremoniously, a daughter.
"They saluted and marched upstairs and they came down so ceremoniously," said Madikizela-Mandela.
The last of 500 cards were ceremoniously signed at a press conference and then presented with the others to the authorities.
Caroline Kennedy has mostly spent her life as a wife, a mother, and most ceremoniously, a daughter.
A $20,000 check was ceremoniously presented to the Southeast Arlington Little League (SEALL).
"If you will excuse me, sir, I shall leave you," said Lucian ceremoniously.
She had received these ceremoniously, without losing her air of sadness.
The Duchess held out her hand to Michael, who kissed it ceremoniously.
On the threshold he faced about, and made them a bow, which they as ceremoniously returned.
The young admiral became a convert to Brahminism, and was ceremoniously blessed by the arch-priests of the Temple.
1550s, from Middle French cérémonieux or directly from Late Latin caerimoniosus, from Latin caerimonia (see ceremony). Meaning "full of show and ceremony" is from 1610s. Related: Ceremoniously; ceremoniousness.