dedication definition

  • noun:
    • The work of dedicating or perhaps the state of being dedicated.
    • an email prefixed to a literary, imaginative, or music structure dedicating it to some one in token of love or esteem.
    • A rite or service of dedicating.
    • Selfless devotion: served people with dedication and integrity.
    • The act of dedicating or the condition to be committed.
    • A note resolved to a patron or buddy, prefixed to a-work of art as a token of value, esteem, or love.
    • A ceremony marking an official completion or opening.
    • The deliberate or negligent surrender of most legal rights to residential property.
    • The act of setting apart or consecrating to a divine becoming, or even to a sacred use, often with spiritual solemnities; solemn appropriation.
    • A devoting or putting aside for almost any certain purpose.
    • An address to a patron or buddy, prefixed to a book, testifying value, and frequently promoting the work to their unique defense and benefit.
    • The work of consecrating to a deity or even a sacred use with appropriate solemnities; a solemn appropriation or establishing apart: as, the dedication of a church.
    • The act of devoting with solemnity or earnestness of sensation to your purpose.
    • The work of inscribing or handling a literary or an artistic work to a patron, friend, or general public personality.
    • An address prefixed to a literary or music structure, inscribed to a patron, as a method of promoting the work to their security and favor, or, as today frequently, to a personal buddy or even to a public character, as a mark of love or value.
    • In law, a voluntary surrender or abandonment of home by the owner to community use, since land, by consenting towards making of a highway upon it, or of an invention, by neglect to patent, it.
    • the work of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a training course of action
    • full and wholehearted fidelity
    • a ceremony in which one thing (as a building) is aimed at some goal or purpose
    • a note which makes a pledge
    • a brief message (as in a novel or music work or on a photograph) dedicating it to someone or something

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