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Testimonial vs. Testimony

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Testimonialnoun

A statement, especially one given under oath; testimony

Testimonynoun

(legal) statements made by a witness in court.

Testimonialnoun

A written recommendation of someone's worth or character

Testimonynoun

An account of first-hand experience.

Testimonialnoun

A tribute given in appreciation of someone's service etc.

Testimonynoun

(religion) In a church service, a personal account, such as of one's conversion.

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Testimonialnoun

(football) A match played in tribute to a particular player (who sometimes receives a proportion of the gate money).

Testimonynoun

Witness; evidence; proof of some fact.

Testimonialadjective

Serving as testimony.

‘a testimonial statement’;

Testimonynoun

A solemn declaration or affirmation made for the purpose of establishing or proving some fact.

Testimonialnoun

A writing or certificate which bears testimony in favor of one's character, good conduct, ability, etc., or of the value of a thing.

Testimonynoun

Affirmation; declaration; as, these doctrines are supported by the uniform testimony of the fathers; the belief of past facts must depend on the evidence of human testimony, or the testimony of historians.

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Testimonialnoun

Something, as money or plate, presented to a preson as a token of respect, or of obligation for services rendered.

Testimonynoun

Open attestation; profession.

‘[Thou] for the testimony of truth, hast borneUniversal reproach.’;

Testimonialadjective

Relating to, or containing, testimony.

Testimonynoun

Witness; evidence; proof of some fact.

‘When ye depart thence, shake off the dust under your feet for a testimony against them.’;

Testimonialnoun

something that serves as evidence;

‘his effort was testimony to his devotion’;

Testimonynoun

The two tables of the law.

‘Thou shalt put into the ark the testimony which I shall give thee.’;

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Testimonialnoun

something given or done as an expression of esteem

Testimonynoun

Hence, the whole divine revelation; the sacre Scriptures.

‘The testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple.’;

Testimonialnoun

something that recommends (or expresses commendation) of a person or thing as worthy or desirable

Testimonyverb

To witness; to attest; to prove by testimony.

Testimonialadjective

expressing admiration or appreciation;

‘testimonial dinner’;

Testimonynoun

a solemn statement made under oath

Testimonialadjective

of or relating to or constituting testimony

Testimonynoun

an assertion offering firsthand authentication of a fact;

‘according to his own testimony he can't do it’;

Testimonialnoun

a formal statement testifying to someone's character and qualifications.

Testimonynoun

something that serves as evidence;

‘his effort was testimony to his devotion’;

Testimonialnoun

a public tribute to someone and to their achievements.

Testimonynoun

a formal written or spoken statement, especially one given in a court of law

‘the testimony of an eyewitness’;

Testimonialnoun

(in sport) a game or event held in honour of a player, who typically receives part of the income generated

‘a testimonial match’;

Testimonynoun

evidence or proof of something

‘his blackened finger was testimony to the fact that he had played in pain’;

Testimonial

In promotion and advertising, a testimonial or show consists of a person's written or spoken statement extolling the virtue of a product. The term most commonly applies to the sales-pitches attributed to ordinary citizens, whereas the word usually applies to pitches by celebrities.

‘testimonial’; ‘endorsement’;

Testimonynoun

a public recounting of a religious conversion or experience.

Testimonynoun

a solemn protest or declaration.

Testimony

In law and in religion, testimony is a solemn attestation as to the truth of a matter.

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