Dedicated synonym

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2898 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ dˈɛdɪkˌe͡ɪtɪd], [ dˈɛdɪkˌe‍ɪtɪd], [ d_ˈɛ_d_ɪ_k_ˌeɪ_t_ɪ_d]
  • adj.

    all (adjective)bent (adjective)devoted (adjective)
    • more lovesome,
    • wild about,
    • most fervid,
    • more adherent,
    • most caring,
    • de-voted,
    • staunch,
    • most lovesome,
    • fonder,
    • most adherent,
    • doting,
    • more caring,
    • de voted.
    enthusiastic (adjective)god-fearing (adjective)gung ho (adjective)hallowed (adjective)
    • most beatified,
    • more anointed,
    • un profane,
    • more unprofane,
    • most unprofane,
    • more enshrined,
    • in violable,
    • un-profane,
    • in-violable,
    • most enshrined,
    • sacrosanct,
    • most anointed,
    • more beatified.
    holy (adjective)
    • sub-lime,
    • un worldlier,
    • most revered,
    • most venerated,
    • un tainted,
    • most glorified,
    • most saintlike,
    • un corrupt,
    • un defiled,
    • most messianic,
    • most uncorrupt,
    • more revered,
    • sub lime,
    • in nocent,
    • most sainted,
    • un-tainted,
    • un-corrupt,
    • holy,
    • un-defiled,
    • saintlike,
    • in-nocent,
    • un-worldliest,
    • more venerated,
    • un worldly,
    • more saintlike,
    • more sainted,
    • more messianic,
    • more uncorrupt,
    • un-worldlier,
    • un worldliest,
    • more glorified,
    • un-worldly,
    • messianic.
    loyal, hard-working (adjective)Other relevant words: (adjective)
    • Uncorrupt,
    • wholehearted,
    • strong,
    • prayerful,
    • dead set on,
    • unwavering,
    • devoted,
    • patriotic,
    • wild-eyed,
    • never-failing,
    • bent,
    • set in stone,
    • untiring,
    • churchgoing,
    • hardworking,
    • sainted,
    • singleminded,
    • inviolate,
    • lovesome,
    • stuck on,
    • pietistical,
    • gone on,
    • true,
    • brick wall,
    • brick-wall,
    • behind one,
    • unswerving,
    • coming on strong,
    • undeviating,
    • unprofane,
    • gung-ho,
    • gung ho.
    patriotic (adjective)resolute (adjective)
    • steadfast,
    • set,
    • reliable,
    • resolved,
    • inexorable,
    • courageous,
    • diligent,
    • hearty,
    • deliberate,
    • persistent,
    • strong-minded,
    • unbending,
    • valiant,
    • iron-willed,
    • firm,
    • dauntless,
    • tireless,
    • serious,
    • unchangeable,
    • unshakeable,
    • relentless,
    • steely,
    • intent,
    • resolute,
    • indomitable,
    • fearless,
    • plucky,
    • dogged,
    • stubborn,
    • constant,
    • unflinching,
    • loyal,
    • spunky,
    • steady,
    • willing,
    • tenacious,
    • strong-willed,
    • uncompromising,
    • thorough,
    • bullheaded,
    • stern,
    • insistent,
    • unyielding,
    • tough,
    • implacable,
    • ruthless,
    • indefatigable,
    • decisive,
    • decided,
    • bold,
    • determined,
    • earnest,
    • headstrong,
    • persevering.
    sacred (adjective)
    • more shielded,
    • in violate,
    • un touchable,
    • in-vulnerable,
    • most shielded,
    • in-violate,
    • de fended,
    • un-touchable,
    • de-fended,
    • most inviolate,
    • untouchable,
    • more inviolate,
    • in vulnerable.
    steadfast (adjective)
    • un flinching,
    • un bending,
    • re liabler,
    • most neverfailing,
    • un-qualified,
    • single minded,
    • in-exorable,
    • most never failing,
    • un faltering,
    • un qualified,
    • liege,
    • neverfailing,
    • re-liablest,
    • in flexible,
    • more never failing,
    • never failing,
    • un questioning,
    • more never-failing,
    • more neverfailing,
    • un yielding,
    • most never-failing,
    • un movable,
    • re liablest,
    • un-bending,
    • un-flinching,
    • un-faltering,
    • re-liabler,
    • un-movable,
    • re-liable,
    • un-questioning,
    • un-yielding,
    • in-flexible.
    strong (adjective)true (adjective)true-blue (adjective)unswerving (adjective)untiring (adjective)unwavering (adjective)
    • more undeviating,
    • most brick-wall,
    • more brick-wall,
    • un-wavering,
    • most brick wall,
    • un flappable,
    • brickwall,
    • un-shakable,
    • more brickwall,
    • un wavering,
    • un-deviating,
    • most brickwall,
    • re gular,
    • set stone,
    • more brick wall,
    • re-gular,
    • un shaken,
    • un-shaken.
    wholehearted (adjective)wholehearted/whole-hearted (adjective)zealous (adjective)
    • more gung-ho,
    • more gung ho,
    • gungho,
    • more wildeyed,
    • most self-starting,
    • more selfstarting,
    • most gungho,
    • coming strong,
    • most gung ho,
    • most self starting,
    • more fanatic,
    • most fanatic,
    • most wild eyed,
    • more wild-eyed,
    • more self starting,
    • more self-starting,
    • self starting,
    • more wild eyed,
    • self-starting,
    • most wild-eyed,
    • most selfstarting,
    • most wildeyed,
    • wildeyed,
    • most gung-ho,
    • more gungho,
    • selfstarting,
    • wild eyed.
  • n.

    consecrate (noun)dedicated (noun)devoted (noun)Other relevant words: (noun)
  • v.

    consecrated (verb)
  • Other synonyms:

    • designated,
    • stoutly,
    • purposeful,
    • oriented,
    • orientated,
    • driven,
    • sedulous,
    • hell-bent,
    • unstoppable,
    • undeterred,
    • aspiring,
    • strenuous,
    • single-minded,
    • would-be,
    • overambitious,
    • ambitious,
    • unbroken,
    • vaulting,
    • tough-minded,
    • unbowed,
    • heroic,
    • pertinacious,
    • stout.
    devoted interested matter of fact Other relevant words:
    • problematic,
    • metier,
    • leave of absence,
    • loyalty,
    • bristly,
    • self-opinionated,
    • self-colored,
    • fire,
    • delimit,
    • grow,
    • intrust,
    • scud,
    • sales booth,
    • tilted,
    • blinding,
    • ferocious,
    • engender,
    • awful,
    • mess,
    • arch,
    • right-down,
    • cocksure,
    • substantial,
    • bass,
    • dispatch,
    • upright piano,
    • ultranationalistic,
    • undiscouraged,
    • prevail,
    • paying attention,
    • convoluted,
    • invent,
    • peck,
    • spotless,
    • main,
    • elan,
    • not bad,
    • situated,
    • precisely,
    • raw,
    • great deal,
    • tremendously,
    • maker,
    • beat,
    • nonplus,
    • canted,
    • get on,
    • quixotic,
    • tight,
    • hazardous,
    • clearly,
    • seth,
    • asseverate,
    • finical,
    • foolproof,
    • zippy,
    • clean-living,
    • sole,
    • wilful,
    • brighten,
    • consequently,
    • ram,
    • free-lance,
    • set about,
    • colored,
    • find,
    • maturate,
    • cum,
    • vigour,
    • terminated,
    • dead on target,
    • succumb,
    • fill,
    • posture,
    • dumbfound,
    • unostentatious,
    • dispense,
    • revolutionary,
    • fly,
    • vim,
    • become,
    • emotional,
    • constrict,
    • invariable,
    • check,
    • electropositive,
    • tail end,
    • skilful,
    • really,
    • goddam,
    • crumpled,
    • proceeds,
    • scarcely,
    • ending,
    • baffling,
    • characterize,
    • potency,
    • sculpt,
    • autonomous,
    • lustful,
    • delirious,
    • designate,
    • crystallize,
    • fetch,
    • packing,
    • disturbed,
    • creator,
    • reconcile,
    • stretch forth,
    • perpetrate,
    • dispose,
    • slick,
    • rugged,
    • goaded,
    • fall in,
    • substance,
    • fighting,
    • mickle,
    • close-fitting,
    • exclusively,
    • material,
    • light up,
    • bastardly,
    • connected,
    • safe,
    • feverous,
    • faery,
    • freelancer,
    • stabile,
    • blaze,
    • conduce,
    • intelligence,
    • hired man,
    • blatant,
    • clear-cut,
    • inwardness,
    • all,
    • energy department,
    • self-employed person,
    • sharpie,
    • dweeb,
    • living,
    • degraded,
    • red,
    • position,
    • decision,
    • knack,
    • all over,
    • military group,
    • storm,
    • daunt,
    • knuckle under,
    • sire,
    • adjust,
    • ultra,
    • ordered,
    • hardly,
    • attribute,
    • free radical,
    • action,
    • hooligan,
    • basically,
    • springiness,
    • statesmanly,
    • regularise,
    • luscious,
    • inner,
    • extremist,
    • hot dog,
    • commodity,
    • feed,
    • fructify,
    • imply,
    • aliveness,
    • pharisaical,
    • realize,
    • reproducible,
    • tail,
    • attention,
    • affirm,
    • life force,
    • impeccant,
    • take in,
    • brook,
    • scram,
    • tendency,
    • gaga,
    • outspoken,
    • free energy,
    • buzz off,
    • prat,
    • leap,
    • betroth,
    • full-strength,
    • intention,
    • begin,
    • furnish,
    • prickly,
    • save,
    • add,
    • correspond,
    • permit,
    • minded,
    • manus,
    • pragmatic,
    • sculpture,
    • unwarranted,
    • univocal,
    • fervidness,
    • circularize,
    • hang,
    • wienerwurst,
    • draw,
    • real property,
    • well-defined,
    • cipher,
    • dah,
    • appropriate,
    • pushful,
    • disgusting,
    • dearly,
    • sheer,
    • game,
    • receive,
    • fretful,
    • out to,
    • concluded,
    • institutionalise,
    • institutionalize,
    • degenerate,
    • unceasing,
    • double-dyed,
    • knowing,
    • feat,
    • repellent,
    • munificent,
    • invigoration,
    • unforced,
    • broaden,
    • fundament,
    • over,
    • buoyant,
    • seminal fluid,
    • clamant,
    • goddamned,
    • localize,
    • hawkish,
    • pay back,
    • gravid,
    • scripture,
    • tortuous,
    • wonted,
    • engross,
    • free-enterprise,
    • beneficial,
    • reach out,
    • emphasised,
    • get by,
    • steamy,
    • heart and soul,
    • dynamism,
    • soldierly,
    • freelance,
    • ablaze,
    • demented,
    • chronic,
    • point-blank,
    • fall,
    • experience,
    • coiffure,
    • hard-and-fast,
    • austere,
    • straining,
    • stimulate,
    • proficient,
    • never-say-die,
    • bid,
    • follow through,
    • output,
    • in a flash,
    • veritable,
    • fair,
    • swan,
    • recruit,
    • moil,
    • rap,
    • right on,
    • poove,
    • life sentence,
    • dearest,
    • devise,
    • problematical,
    • laid,
    • perverse,
    • acquire,
    • comminute,
    • almighty,
    • potentiality,
    • blooming,
    • unsloped,
    • instantaneously,
    • give in,
    • victimized,
    • haunted,
    • chip in,
    • milling machinery,
    • pass around,
    • perfect tense,
    • special,
    • sum up,
    • toilsome,
    • unsentimental,
    • unbendable,
    • redress,
    • tug,
    • penetrating,
    • use,
    • barbarous,
    • naturalized,
    • inscrutable,
    • corneous,
    • sanctum,
    • acquit,
    • rock-steady,
    • circularise,
    • sporty,
    • puckish,
    • finicky,
    • advanced,
    • majuscule,
    • average,
    • closelipped,
    • jehovah,
    • unforgiving,
    • level-headed,
    • proper,
    • meddlesome,
    • continue,
    • hoagy,
    • bray,
    • inalterable,
    • eagre,
    • giving up,
    • demoniacal,
    • feudatory,
    • endow,
    • fruit,
    • operate,
    • suggest,
    • conciliate,
    • regulate,
    • persist,
    • dig,
    • yobo,
    • cranch,
    • guiltless,
    • life story,
    • pot likker,
    • liege subject,
    • farinaceous,
    • through,
    • bloody,
    • conspicuous,
    • utmost,
    • plan,
    • annexation,
    • constringe,
    • name and address,
    • molar,
    • handwriting,
    • nonindulgent,
    • relent,
    • dingy,
    • lastingness,
    • unsubduable,
    • lessened,
    • exhaustively,
    • sweet,
    • set aside,
    • warriorlike,
    • on the dot,
    • wangle,
    • barbaric,
    • vindicated,
    • expand,
    • never-ending,
    • battler,
    • pocket-size,
    • implanted,
    • bent grass,
    • ready,
    • engrave,
    • absolved,
    • contend,
    • leaping,
    • rassling,
    • hyphen,
    • bomber,
    • upstanding,
    • beloved,
    • frighten away,
    • leave alone,
    • earnestly,
    • confide,
    • unsparing,
    • audacious,
    • incompetent,
    • measure up,
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Dedicated synonyms

devoted

Feeling or displaying strong affection or attachment; ardent:

allotted

To give or assign as one's share

consecrate

Dedicated to a sacred purpose; sanctified.

undedicated(antonym)

devoted to a cause or ideal or purpose; ; ; - A.Lincoln

given

To perform for an audience:

include(related)

Given over exclusively to a single use or purpose

inscribed

(Mathematics) To draw (one figure) within another figure so that every vertex of the enclosed figure touches the outer figure.

pledged

To present as security or guarantee, esp. for the repayment of a loan; pawn

applied

To bring into nearness or contact with something; put on, upon, or to:

consecrated

Given over exclusively to a single use or purpose

desecrated(antonym)

devoted to a cause or ideal or purpose; ; ; - A.Lincoln

apathetic(antonym)

Not interested; indifferent; listless

committed

To give in charge or trust; deliver for safekeeping; entrust; consign

turned

To direct or shift one's attention, abilities, thoughts, etc.

focussed

Focus is defined as to concentrate on something in particular. Focus is defined as to bring into view.

directed

To give guidance and instruction to (actors or musicians, for example) in the rehearsal and performance of a work.

addrest

To address oneself to; to prepare oneself for; to apply oneself to; to direct one's speech or discourse to.

alienated(antonym)

The definition of alienate is when a person turns those who once cared into people who no longer care, either by making others feel angry and/or by causing them to ignore a person.

misused(antonym)

stolen(antonym)

To take or appropriate (another's property, ideas, etc.) without permission, dishonestly, or unlawfully, esp. in a secret or surreptitious manner

taken(antonym)

To capture physically; seize:

blest(related)

To honor as holy; glorify:

worked(related)

Work is defined as to put forth effort in order to accomplish something or to have a job.

vowed

To declare publicly that one has made a vow, usually to show one's determination or to announce an act of retaliation.

presented

Present is defined as to formally introduce or honor someone.

ordained

(Obs.) To put in order; arrange; prepare

apportioned

The definition of apportion is to give out a certain amount of something to a number of people.

collected(related)

To collect is defined as to gather together or to call for and receive payment.

multi-disciplined(related)

appropriated

To take to oneself in exclusion of others; to claim or use as by an exclusive right.

give(related)

Given over exclusively to a single use or purpose

Find another word for dedicated. In this page you can discover 48 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for dedicated, like: devoted, allotted, consecrate, undedicated, given, include, inscribed, lazy, pledged, applied and sacred.

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Example sentences of the word dedicated


1. Adjective
Just make sure that you have a dedicated running partner with you.

2. Verb, past participle
George Town's Cayman Island National Museum is dedicated to preserving and researching the heritage of the Caymanian people.

3. Verb, past tense
Include amounts dedicated to gas purchases, restaurant sales and products sold from your store.

Quotes containing the word dedicated


1. I am nothing special, of this I am sure. I am a common man with common thoughts and I've led a common life. There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten, but I've loved another with all my heart and soul, and to me, this has always been enough..
- Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook

2. The love of what you do, combined with your belief in what you do, will not determine your success. It will determine how hard you will work and how dedicated you will be to achieving it. Success just shows up from there.
- Jeffrey Gitomer

3. The hope of a secure and livable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood.
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

2. dedicated

adjective. ['ˈdɛdəkeɪtəd'] solemnly dedicated to or set apart for a high purpose.

  • votive
  • consecrated
  • consecrate
  • holy
  • sacred
  • profane
  • unholy
  • desecrate
  • unholiness
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The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced that it would start the implementation of Phase II of the DedicatedLane for RTA Buses and Taxis Project, covering Al Mamzar and Al Ghubaiba Roads by the end of September 2016.

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A statement to the media department at the council said that "tomorrow, March 31, will be dedicatedto the work of the committees, and Wednesday, the first of April will be dedicatedto the session." The statement added, "on Thursday, the second of April, will be dedicatedto the work of the committees, while Saturday will be dedicatedto hold a session and Sunday dedicatedto the work of the committees, and the next Monday, the sixth of April will be dedicatedto holding the parliamentary session." The Council is scheduled to reconvene on Tuesday, 24 March, but it was postponed to Saturday 28 March at the request of the Kurdistan Alliance for the continuation of Nowruz celebrations.

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adjective

1‘a dedicated supporter’

committed, devoted, staunch, stalwart, firm, steadfast, resolute, unwavering, loyal, faithful, true, dyed-in-the-wool, through and through
wholehearted, single-minded, enthusiastic, eager, keen, earnest, zealous, driven, ardent, passionate, fervent, fervid, fanatical
hard-working, dutiful, diligent, assiduous, studious
informal card-carrying, deep-dyed, as keen as mustard, mad keen

indifferent, apathetic

2‘the data can be accessed by a dedicated machine or an ordinary personal computer’

exclusive, allocated, assigned, custom built, customized

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