• Definition for "commemorative"
    • Honoring or preserving the memory of some other.
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    • This year, though, the announcer couldn't…
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commemorative definition

  • adjective:
    • Honoring or preserving the memory of some other.
    • providing to commemorate, e.g., you or event
    • Tending or intended to commemorate.
    • intended as a commemoration
    • Honoring or preserving the memory of some other.
    • providing to commemorate, e.g., you or event
    • Tending or intended to commemorate.
    • intended as a commemoration
  • noun:
    • something which honors or preserves the memory of some other.
    • an object made to commemorate someone, mark an event, etc.
    • a postage stamp released to commemorate, often you or event; in addition commonly placed on thematic (topical) stamp problems
    • something that commemorates, particularly a postage stamp or coin having a design commemorating some occasion, individual, establishment, etc.
    • an object (particularly a coin or postage stamp) meant to mark a meeting or honor someone
    • Something that honors or preserves the memory of another.
    • an object designed to commemorate one, mark an event, etc.
    • a postage stamp released to commemorate, frequently one or event; additionally commonly applied to thematic (topical) stamp problems
    • something that commemorates, especially a postage stamp or coin having a design commemorating some event, individual, institution, etc.
    • an object (particularly a coin or postage stamp) designed to mark a meeting or honor you
  • others:
    • with respect to, or serving or designed for, commemoration.
    • regarding, or offering or intended for, commemoration.
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