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adjective tes·ti·mo·ni·al \ˌtes-tə-ˈmō-nē-əl, -nyəl\

: relating to testimony and especially to legal testimony

Full Definition of TESTIMONIAL

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:  of, relating to, or constituting testimony
2
:  expressive of appreciation or esteem <a testimonial dinner>
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First Known Use of TESTIMONIAL

15th century

2testimonial

noun

: a written or spoken statement in which you say that you used a product or service and liked it

: a written or spoken statement that praises someone's work, skill, character, etc.

: an event at which someone is honored

Full Definition of TESTIMONIAL

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a :  a statement testifying to benefits received
b :  a character reference :  letter of recommendation
3
:  an expression of appreciation :  tribute

Examples of TESTIMONIAL

  1. He received a glowing testimonial from his former employer.
  2. <her performance in this tournament has been a testimonial to the dedication and talent she brings to the tennis court>

First Known Use of TESTIMONIAL

15th century

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