12 Dec 2017
Question about English (US)
I'm looking for a word to describe an institution or ceremony that does not serve any substantial benefits or meanings. In my case, it is marriage. I wanted to say "Marriage is merely a formality" but it doesnt quite cover it. I was considering "froth" but not sure..
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