dedicatory

[ ded-i-kuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dedicatory

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He also sent her his Essai with a dedicatory letter in 1761.

The Preface to his book was a dedicatory letter to Miss Nightingale.

Some of the dedicatory inscriptions preserve for us the pathos of the gift.

President Woodruff offered the dedicatory prayer at the first meeting.

After this a dedicatory prayer was offered by President Young.

The genius of the author is commonly discovered in the dedicatory epistle.

When the Bose Institute was opened, I attended the dedicatory services.

Every one thought he made only a very few 'dedicatory remarks.'

In the dedicatory poem it seems to me that it does, and in some others.

I want a dedicatory poem so much, but if I get only a line from you I should be happy.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DEDICATORY

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