- v make or evolve into a ritual
The growing up of children has become ritualized in many cultures
- They argue that the Jews created it as a way either to exclude women from their club or to ritualize the sacrifice of the firstborn male.
- In the years since the first Pulitzer prizes were awarded in 1917 Columbia has tended to ritualize the application of Joseph Pulitzer's will.
- At the profoundest levels, as well as at the most trivial, we hunger to ritualize our everyday lives.