Synonym: consecrate, consecrated. Similar words: dedicate, predicate, medication, abdicate, indicate, vindicate, eradicate, adjudicate. Meaning: ['dedɪkeɪtɪd] adj. 1. devoted to a cause or ideal or purpose 2. solemnly dedicated to or set apart for a high purpose.
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1 The ancient Greeks dedicated many shrines to Aphrodite.
2 Back on the island, he dedicated himself to politics.
3 This book is dedicated to my parents.
4 She dedicated her life to helping the poor.
5 She is a dedicated socialist.
6 She is dedicated to her job.
7 He has dedicated his life to scientific research.
8 The workforce is small but highly dedicated.
9 He dedicated his life to helping the poor.
10 His whole life is dedicated to scientific research.
11 The priest dedicated the church to God.
12 He dedicated his life to the service of his country.
13 I believe he was an honourable man,(www.Sentencedict.com) dedicated to the people and his union.
14 It's refreshing to meet someone who is so dedicated to their work.
15 Her great-grandfather had clearly been a dedicated and stoical traveller.
16 Chiswick church is dedicated to St Nicholas, patron saint of sailors.
17 You have to be a very dedicated musician to get to the top.
18 A few dedicated doctors have fought for years to enlighten the profession.
19 The soldier dedicated himself to the service of the people.
20 Keeping in mind the rain seed dedicated told, enhances the outstanding courage.
21 They had joined a religious order and dedicated their lives to prayer and good works.
22 The president dedicated the World Fair.
23 Her mother was a dedicated apostle of healthy eating.
24 The church is dedicated to St Paul.
25 The university dedicated the new building on Tuesday.
26 He dedicated his novel to his teacher.
27 The Green Party is dedicated to protecting the environment.
28 Mornings were dedicated to reading and afternoons to writing.
29 She dedicated her life to working for peace.
30 He dedicated the poem to his mother.
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