“[I hope] that my dedication to work outshines any name that is attached to me,” she says.
Through the dedication and commitment of countless family members, we managed to honor our loved ones through these efforts.
On the table was a picture of Jacqueline Kennedy with a dedication to Vidal, says Bastos.
late 14c., "action of dedicating," from Old French dedicacion (14c., Modern French dédication) "consecration of a church or chapel," or directly from Latin dedicationem, noun of action from dedicare (see dedicate). Meaning "the giving of oneself to some purpose" is c.1600; as an inscription in a book, etc., from 1590s.