dedicate

Part of speech: verb

To consecrate; devote.

Part of speech: verb

To preface with a dedication.

Part of speech: adjective

Dedicated; devoted.

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Usage examples "dedicate":

  1. Tennyson had written his first four 'Idylls of the King' before my book appeared, which was in 1861. Indeed, it was in consequence of the first four Idylls that I sought and obtained, while yet a stranger to him, leave to dedicate my venture to him. - "The Legends Of King Arthur And His Knights", James Knowles.
  2. " Please, Mr. Goodloe, don't be serious in saying as you did last night that you are not going to dedicate your chapel until I- I help you," in all gentleness I said. - "The Heart's Kingdom", Maria Thompson Daviess.
  3. Dedicate yourself to the art which would be much more profitable to you than cleaning boots, and holding nags in the plaza. - "Maximina", Armando Palacio Valdés.