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Another word for observance

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Noun
  1. An act of willingly carrying out the wishes of others

    See also:

    resist

  2. The act of observing a day or an event with ceremonies

    See also:

    remember

  3. A formal act or set of acts prescribed by ritual

      1. Work that is done for others as an occupation or business:
      2. The performance of work or duties for a superior or as a servant:
      3. An act or a variety of work done for others, especially for pay:
      1. A ceremony in which the actions and wording follow a prescribed form and order.
      2. The body of ceremonies or rites used in a place of worship or by an organization:
      3. A book of rites or ceremonial forms.
      1. The prescribed or customary form for conducting a religious or other solemn ceremony:
      2. A ceremonial act or series of acts:
      3. The liturgy or practice of a branch of the Christian church.
      1. A place in which business, clerical, or professional activities are conducted.
      2. The administrative personnel, executives, or staff working in such a place:
      3. A subdivision of a governmental department:
      1. A prescribed form or set of forms for public religious worship.
      2. The sacrament of the Eucharist.
      1. A formal act or set of acts performed as prescribed by ritual or custom:
      2. A conventional social gesture or act of courtesy:
      3. A formal act without intrinsic purpose; an empty form:
      1. Of, appropriate to, or characterized by ceremony; formal or ritual.
      2. Involved or used in ceremonies:
      3. A set of ceremonies prescribed for an occasion; a ritual.
    See also:

    ritual

  4. The act of noting, observing, or taking into account

  5. The act of observing, often for an extended time

Another word for observance

Noun
  1. A custom

      1. Ardent, often selfless affection and dedication, as to a person or principle.
      2. Religious ardor or zeal; piety.
      3. An act of religious observance or prayer, especially when private.
      1. To do or perform habitually or customarily; make a habit of:
      2. To do or perform (something) repeatedly in order to acquire or polish a skill:
      3. To give lessons or repeated instructions to; drill:
      1. A ceremony in which the actions and wording follow a prescribed form and order.
      2. The body of ceremonies or rites used in a place of worship or by an organization:
      3. A book of rites or ceremonial forms.
    See also:

    custom

  2. Attention

    See also:

    attention