Use Rite in a Sentence?

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Rite refers to a ritual or ceremony. Use it when describing one, or a metaphorical one for that matter. For example, 'Graduating high school is a rite of passage'
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Graduation is an important rite of passage for most young people. My cousin was just confirmed in her church. This is an important religious rite in her family.
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