Synonyms for valediction
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : val-i-dik-shuh n|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˌvæl ɪˈdɪk ʃən|
Top 10 synonyms for valediction Other synonyms for the word valediction
Définition of valedictionOrigin :
- 1610s, from past participle stem of Latin valedicere "bid farewell," from vale, imperative of valere "be well" (see valiant) + dicere "to say" (see diction).
- noun parting
- Sir John looked across at Lionel again—a glance of valediction.
- Extract from : « The Sea-Hawk » by Raphael Sabatini
- It may now be read as my parting address and valediction, made to my friends.
- Extract from : « Apologia Pro Vita Sua » by John Henry Cardinal Newman
- And no doubt the poor girls heart jumped to the valediction.
- Extract from : « The Court of Cacus » by Alexander Leighton
- "I never remember sich a evenin', my dear," was Mrs. Stitchley's valediction.
- Extract from : « Mrs. Bindle » by Hebert Jenkins
- Cleve, forgetting any form of valediction, passed into the shop.
- Extract from : « The Tenants of Malory » by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
- He was softened by a mood of valediction mingled with remorse.
- Extract from : « The Divine Fire » by May Sinclair
- He was well aware that the whole room had heard this valediction.
- Extract from : « Joanna Godden » by Sheila Kaye-Smith
- I gave him the usual Spanish valediction (Vaya usted con Dios), and saw no more of him.
- Extract from : « The Bible in Spain » by George Borrow
- This valediction was meant as prelude to a fresh appearance in a new disguise.
- Extract from : « Rob Roy, Volume 1., Illustrated » by Sir Walter Scott
- And just as Juggernaut uplifted his voice to pronounce a valediction, the disaster befel.
- Extract from : « A Safety Match » by Ian Hay
Antonyms for valediction
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