Dedicate in a sentence

Definition of Dedicate

(obsolete) Dedicated; set apart; devoted; consecrated. | (transitive) To set apart for a deity or for religious purposes; consecrate. | (transitive) To set apart for a special use

How to use Dedicate in a Sentence?

  • I dedicate this book to you with grateful affection after many years of friendship.
  • It may be they were going to open a new synagogue there, and he was to dedicate it.
  • I have taken the liberty to dedicate this offering to you, as a token of respect and esteem.
  • How our friends up aloft must also have felt all the charm of them, thus to dedicate them to us!
  • I dedicate this Romance of Friendship to you with the sincerest pleasure and affection.
  • I dedicate this Romance of Friendship to you with the sincerest pleasure and affection.
  • To the glorious memory of those whose graves lie in a foreign land, I humbly dedicate this book.
  • I dedicate my work to the five soldiers of the Belgian army who saved my life near Waerloos.
  • What had I to do with such delights, I who was sworn to Isis and dedicate to the cause of Egypt?
  • In the name of the whole Fraternity, I do solemnly dedicate this hall to Universal Benevolence.
  • In the name of the holy Saints John, I do solemnly dedicate this hall to Virtue.
  • They who did not dedicate the remainder of following to arranging to remian together had been the ones stirring.
  • I dedicate it to you as a feeble tribute of friendship and gratitude that would gladly seek a better mode of expressing themselves.
  • We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting-place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live.
  • We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting-place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live.
  • We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that the nation might live.
  • See then what a grateful and generous encouragement may be expected by men, who would dedicate their labours to the profit of others.
  • I dedicate this little volume of ephemeral essays to you in recognition of your worth as a man and a scientist, and as a token of warm friendship.
  • To such ministering angels we dedicate this portion of our little work, in the hope that countless sick beds will be comforted thereby.
  • I dedicate these volumes in token of Affection and Gratitude.
  • In Montaigne's time it was the custom to dedicate special chapters of books to special persons.
  • One day he confided to a guest of the house, a social worker of note, that he wished he might dedicate his entire life to philanthropy.
  • It was possible, just as formerly, to dedicate a way to the use of the public, and it thereupon became a highway to all intents and purposes.
  • He did not cherish her memory and dedicate to her a life-labor, like Dante, but became very dejected and very pious.
  • The clause which allowed Baltimore to dedicate his churches according to the ecclesiastical laws of England excites admiration.
  • We took our leave in silence: the house of Durrisdeer standing with drooping gutters and windows closed, like a place dedicate to melancholy.
  • If broken, he would only be adding sin to sin; nor was Malcolm, with all his errors fresh upon him, in any state to dedicate himself worthily.

Short Example Sentence for Dedicate

  • I dedicate this book to you.
  • Let us dedicate them to the science of eternal truth.
  • From this hour I dedicate myself to your happiness.
  • To some of these new friends I must dedicate my story.
  • So far from envying you, I will dedicate my life to yours.
  • Well, then, I dedicate your souls to vengeance.
  • I'll dedicate to please and humour you.
  • Would it not be better to dedicate himself to shoemaking and live tranquilly?
  • Beethoven's first intention was to dedicate Op.
  • To the formation of the general opinion of the future I dedicate this book.
  • For to whom can I dedicate this poem, with so much justice, as to you?
  • To whom, then, but to you, my little son, can I dedicate my book?
  • The curse of Heaven lies upon our head: 'Tis dedicate to ruin.

Also learn how to use these words in a sentence