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Synonyms for dedicate

Synonyms for dedicate

to give over by or as if by vow to a higher purpose

to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

Synonyms for dedicate

give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause

open to public use, as of a highway, park, or building

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inscribe or address by way of compliment

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set apart to sacred uses with solemn rites, of a church

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18) It is not my goal here to review or re-interpret these arguments, but to emphasize that this loaded image is an extremely important one in Petrarchan love sequences in early modern France, used famously by Maurice Sceve, for example, in the final line of his opening dizain where the refers to the beloved Delie as "Constituee Idole de ma vie" ("Ordained Idol of my life"); and by Ronsard in the final line of the dedicatory poem, "Voeu," of the Amours de Cassandre, where the speaker offers his heart "aux piedz de ceste Idole ("at the feet of this Idol").
In addition to his location at a remove from the imminent naval threat in 1588, Browne's wariness about his book facing censorship abroad, indicated in the dedicatory epistle, might account for his effacement of anti-Spanish sentiment.
Are they two sister saints, or do they represent the ecclesia ex circumcisione and the ecclesia ex gentibus, which are clearly identified in the surviving dedicatory inscription in the church of Santa Sabina, completed just a few years later?
Of the sixteen dedicatory inscriptions found in the sanctuary, six are of sculpture dedications, dating from 63 to 221/2 A.
In his famed dedicatory tribute in the First Folio, Jonson asserted that his friend more than matched:
The poems are amatory, satirical, humorous, dedicatory, hortatory, sepulchral, and declamatory.
While our calendars may seem saturated by dedicatory weeks such as this, for training providers such as ACT at the coal-face of the employment market, it's a key time to stop and think about how to promote the opportunities they provide to ensure young people recognise the employment options available to them.
Washington, Aug 09 ( ANI ): The Guatemalan government has revealed that archaeologists have found an "extraordinary" Mayan frieze which is richly decorated with images of deities and rulers and a long dedicatory inscription.
His dedicatory poem for the project, “The Long Shot,” was subsequently reproduced in bronze and installed in the park, and was included in the 2008 anthology Literary Nevada: Writings from the Silver State (University of Nevada Press).
As this obvious fact often gets lost in the specialized analyses of ancient cities, the project will develop a 3D model of Delos presenting the built environment and systematizing as well as analysing the complexity of information from dedicatory inscriptions of public buildings that allow studying the impact of private and public initiatives on the urban fabric.
Jeremiah shared a dedicatory message on the relevancy of the Church.
The texts themselves are divided into sections on bilinguals, funerary and commemorative inscriptions, building inscriptions, dedicatory inscriptions, and miscellanea.
The set of altar plate from the royal parish of St Martin in the Fields records an earlier set stolen in 1649 which was replaced in three stages; the three communion cups and pair of flagons were replaced immediately, but the 1649 replacement flagons were substituted again in 1726-27; their dedicatory inscription recording the earlier donation.
The dedicatory page of this book reads as follows: "This volume is dedicated to Franklin H.
The Hampton Court Conference and the King's sponsoring of the new translation were both alluded to in the dedication at the front of the new Bible called the "Epistle Dedicatory.