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a sense of occasion
A feeling of ceremony, fanfare, or pomp and circumstance (about a certain event or situation). She laid out the nice table cloth and dinner settings, lit candles, and had classical music playing to give the dinner a real sense of occasion. You don't have to hire a band and have fireworks, but I'd like some sense of occasion for my last day in the office.
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a sense of ocˈcasiona feeling or an understanding that an event is important or special: Candles on the table gave the evening a sense of occasion.
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