Definition for testament

noun as in tribute; last wishes

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Example Sentences

This is a testament to true love, grit, loyalty and the power of the body — and love — to heal.

That his turnover rate has dropped7 is a testament to increased comfort in quarterbacking the offense.

These three companies are dedicated to producing high-end appliances for the home, and their microwaves are a testament to their mission.

What Shonda Rhimes has achieved is a testament to “Bridgerton” being not just exceptional but inclusive, too.

Amici’s experiences in sports and in life are a testament to the value of inclusion in building powerful teams and social, societal, and business institutions.

This is a testament to the fundamental human—and American—desire to combine place and possibility.

The battle to secure that funding is testament to the difficulty in making truly independent movies.

But it is a testament to that show that people got that involved.

But it also is a testament to how much she is, and how much we all are, too.

My email inbox bears testament to this fact nearly every week.

In the New Testament a few examples appear in which his utterances are given a quasi-judicial tone.

A copy of Tendall's testament sold at Oxford for 20 guineas, supposed to be the only copy of that edition unburned by Tonstall.

And not less, than under a former dispensation, is the exercise represented as an act of obedience in New Testament times.

Her testimony diametrically opposes several 119 items which McCracken has written into the unsigned testament of the deceased.

The latter are countenanced by no class of vows lawfully made, either in Old Testament times or in a later period.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to testament, such as: proof, testimonial, testimony, attestation, colloquy, and confirmation.

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