What is another word for dedicate?

3271 synonyms found


[ dˈɛdɪkˌe͡ɪt], [ dˈɛdɪkˌe‍ɪt], [ d_ˈɛ_d_ɪ_k_ˌeɪ_t]

Dedicating oneself to a task or a person requires a certain level of commitment and focus. Luckily, there are numerous synonyms for the word "dedicate" that can help us express our level of devotion more accurately. Words such as devote, commit, pledge, consecrate, bestow, or give oneself to all convey a similar meaning to "dedicate". Additionally, phrases like "devote time and energy", "commit fully", or "consecrate oneself to" can be used to express the act of dedicating oneself. These synonyms offer a range of options to communicate a deep and sincere commitment toward a cause, a person, or an idea.

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What are the opposite words for dedicate?

Antonyms are words that are opposite in meaning to a particular word. The antonyms for the word "dedicate" are detract, divest, deny, withhold, and disown. If someone detracts from something, they take away from its importance or value. Divesting means to strip someone of their power or possessions. Denying involves refusing to acknowledge or accept something. Withholding is the act of holding back or keeping something from someone. Disowning is a complete rejection of something or someone. Although dedicating oneself to something is often seen as a positive thing, understanding its antonyms can further enrich our understanding of language and communication.

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Usage examples for Dedicate

It exists in a bewildering variety of states, partly due to reprinting, partly apparently to the desire to dedicate it to several different people, one of the British Museum copies being dedicated by Pittoni to the Earl of Arundel and having a printed dedicatory letter and plate of his device preceding that of the Emperor himself.
"Fine Books"
Alfred W. Pollard
It will interest, and we are hoping that it will please, you to know that we shall dedicate this volume to you as a slight, though none the less sincere, token of our regard and affection to you as the friend of our father and as a friend to us.
"Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions"
Slason Thompson
You'll say the necessary word to the police if I agree to dedicate my earthly remains to your private hall of fame.
"The Gray Phantom's Return"
Herman Landon

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