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verb as in sanctify

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Deep Longevity itself was recently purchased by Regent Pacific, a publicly traded Hong Kong company founded by British billionaire James Mellon, who has funded a number of ventures dedicated to reversing human aging.

From Fortune

Now people are training diligently, tuning their bodies to suit the needs of the sport, and otherwise dedicating their lives—and tons of resources—to being the best.

Gelinas earned over $3,000 a month on a crowd-funded Patreon site dedicated to supporting the QAnon site, which he said helped cover the monthly operating costs.

From Fortune

Still, with the community reeling, a number of positive reforms emerged in the protests’ wake — particularly, the Minority Business Accelerator, a task force created in 2002 that was dedicated to building scalable companies of color.

From Ozy

Windows also offers multiple desktops, so you can dedicate different spaces to certain apps or windows.

Decide as a family to share cooking responsibilities and dedicate enough time for healthy meals.

Perhaps Ham will dedicate a plank in the replica ark to his bowtied benefactor.

Haley: Do you intend to dedicate the rest of your life, then, to the Negro cause?

During his college days at Boston University, he decided to dedicate his life to comedy.

Now the correspondents brazenly asked the president for permission to “dedicate it to your excellency.”

By the Holy Ghost they are sanctified, that they may dedicate themselves to God, and thereafter serve him.

After he had been dismissed from West Point one year later, he decided to dedicate his life to writing.

I should like to dedicate it to you, because I believe you would find in it an echo of your most intimate thoughts and emotions.

Do you think it would look like affectation to dedicate the whole edition to his memory?

He completed, but did not dedicate, the palace, and finished the porticoes round it.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dedicate, such as: allot, apply, apportion, assign, commit, and devote.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.