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Synonyms for investiture

Synonyms for investiture

the act or process of formally admitting a person to membership or office

Synonyms for investiture

the ceremony of installing a new monarch

the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office


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Revenge came shortly before Beckham's investiture last week.
Yesterday, Buckingham Palace spokeswoman Penny Russell-Smith confirmed that the 007 star had been asked if he would allow the cameras in to the investiture.
We are also allowing cameras inside the investiture for the first time.
Lord Elis-Thomas has been involved in discussions with the offices of the First Minister and Clarence House about how to mark the 40th anniversary of the prince's investiture.
But Associate Professor of British history at the University of Michigan, Professor John Ellis said the investiture was the most globally recognised event in Welsh history.
The Prince, still wearing the naval uniform he wore to carry out the investiture, chatted to eight-year-olds Jack Jones from Tredegar and Thomas Steer from Newport and seven-year-old Ethan Chichester of Cardiff.
To mark St David's Day, the Prince was presented with a basket of daffodils by Tony Curtis, chairman of the NSPCC for Wales, as well as thank-you gifts of a mountain ash tree and a mug from his own investiture as Prince of Wales in 1969.
SIR - At the recent investiture at Cardiff Castle I accompanied my disabled sister, Miss Hazel Dickson, when she received the MBE from the Prince of Wales.
A spokeswoman for the Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood, responsible for organising investitures, said they were trying to work around the problem and that it would be possible for Mrs James to collect her MBE in the library.
Jacqueline James, from Penarth, near Cardiff, fears her investiture at Cardiff Castle tomorrow, St David's Day, will be in a ground-floor corridor instead of in an upstairs banquet hall with the 40 other recipients.