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Celebration

Cel`e`bra´tion
n.1.The act, process, or time of celebrating.
His memory deserving a particular celebration.
- Clarendok.
Celebration of Mass is equivalent to offering Mass
- Cath. Dict.
To hasten the celebration of their marriage.
- Sir P. Sidney.
Noun1.celebration - a joyful occasion for special festivities to mark some happy event
Synonyms: jubilation
2.celebration - any joyous diversion
Synonyms: festivity
3.celebration - the public performance of a sacrament or solemn ceremony with all appropriate ritual; "the celebration of marriage"

CELEBRATION, contracts. This word is usually applied, in law, to the celebration of marriage, which is the solemn act by which a man and woman take each other for husband and wife, conformably to the rules prescribed by law. Diet. de Juris. h.t.

To dream of a celebration, represents your achievement toward a higher level of growth. This dream may also be a self-congratulatory one for the goals you have achieved and for the recognition you have gained. You may be honouring some victory, success, or accomplishment. Alternatively, to dream of a celebration, symbolizes freedom and emotional release. Celebration dreams are common for those who anticipate some upcoming turning points or events in their waking life.Sabbatarianism, agape, asperges, aspersion, auricular confession, baccalaureate service, bacchanal, bacchanalia, bacchanalian, banquet, bar mitzvah, bas mitzvah, bat, bender, binge, bout, bust, carousal, carouse, ceremonial, ceremonialism, ceremony, circumcision, commemoration, commencement, compotation, confession, confirmation, convocation, cult, cultism, cultus, debauch, drinking bout, drunk, drunken carousal, elation, empty formality, escapade, exercise, exercises, exultation, feast, festivity, fete, fling, formal, formalism, formality, frolic, function, gala, graduation, graduation exercises, guzzle, hallowing, high celebration, hoopla, inaugural, inauguration, incense, initiation, invocation, invocation of saints, jag, joyance, jubilance, jubilation, jubilee, kiss of peace, lark, lesser litany, litany, liturgics, liturgiology, liturgism, liturgy, love feast, lustration, mad round, memorialization, merriment, merrymaking, mummery, observance, observation, office, orgy, party, pax, performance, ploy, potation, praising, processional, pub-crawl, randan, randy, raucous happiness, reciting the rosary, regale, regalement, rejoicing, religious ceremony, revel, revelment, revelry, rite, rite de passage, rite of passage, ritual, ritualism, rituality, ritualization, round of pleasures, sabbatism, sacramentalism, sacramentarianism, sanctification, service, show of joy, solemn observance, solemnity, solemnization, spree, symbolics, symbolism, symposium, tear, telling of beads, the confessional, the confessionary, toot, treat, triumph, wassail, whoopee, wingding
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