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dedication

: a feeling of very strong support for or loyalty to someone or something : the quality or state of being dedicated to a person, group, cause, etc.

: a message at the beginning of a book, song, etc., saying that it was written or is being performed in order to honor or express affection for someone

: the act of officially saying that something (such as a new building) was created for a particular purpose (such as worship) or to remember or honor a particular person

Full Definition of DEDICATION
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:  an act or rite of dedicating to a divine being or to a sacred use
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:  a devoting or setting aside for a particular purpose
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:  a name and often a message prefixed to a literary, musical, or artistic production in tribute to a person or cause
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:  self-sacrificing devotion <her dedication to the cause>
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:  a ceremony to mark the official completion or opening of something (as a building)
ded·i·ca·to·ry \ˈde-di-kə-ˌtr-ē\ adjective

Examples of DEDICATION

  1. It took a lot of hard work and dedication, but we managed to finish the project on time.
  2. the dedication of the temple
  3. They celebrated the dedication of the new building with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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