But after 18 months of writing and editing, she has delivered her testimonial to them—and to us.
So I take it as a kind of testimonial that I finished second as "most disliked," behind Meghan McCain.
He was trying to sell the case for military action with the testimonial equivalent of Falstaffian soliloquies.
Three times in the past five years Mr. Cayley's colleagues had offered to present him with a testimonial.
What a testimonial is this record in favor of republican Boston and Massachusetts!
A numerous cortége escorted her from the city with every testimonial of regret.
I will write to him for a testimonial, at least to my probity and character.
Immediately after the assault on Mr. Sumner a subscription was started for a testimonial to him.
And they want to get up a testimonial to this man's memory—a statue or something!
The testimonial took the form of a silver pitcher suitably inscribed.
early 15c., "of or pertaining to testimony," in letters testimonial from Middle French lettres testimoniaulx, from Latin litteræ testimoniales, from testimonium (see testimony). The noun meaning "writing testifying to one's qualification or character" is recorded from 1570s; that of "gift presented as an expression of appreciation" is from 1838.