recommendations

[ rek-uh-men-dey-shuh n, -muh n- ]SEE DEFINITION OF recommendations
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECOMMENDATIONS

It may be asked, What came of the recommendations of Bernard?

He said nothing then, however, except to make his recommendations.

Recommendations for the care of the dog in health or sickness are included.

He renewed his recommendations of measures of defense "proportioned to the danger."

The recommendations of the convention at Harrisburg were comprehensive.

His recommendations were of a very painful and drastic character.

There were almost as many conclusions and recommendations as there were speakers.

The central Government took no heed of their recommendations.

Hippocrates, for instance, has a number of recommendations of this combination for wounds.

This is, however, entirely in line with Mr. Burgart's recommendations.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., "action of commending oneself to another," from Old French recommendation (Modern French recommandation), from Medieval Latin recommendationem (nominative recommendatio), noun of action from past participle stem of recommendare (see recommend). Meaning "act of recommending (someone or something) as worthy" is from 1570s. Letter of recommendation is from late 15c.