Noun(1) a farewell oration (especially one delivered during graduation exercises by an outstanding member of a graduating class
Adjective(1) of or relating to an occasion or expression of farewell(2) of a speech expressing leave-taking
(1) All I can say is that I hope the previous member is proud of that speech, because it will be his valedictory .(2) The new album draws its main inspiration from the band's annual tours of the Highlands and islands, much of it - aptly enough - striking an elegiac or valedictory note.(3) Some members are suggesting this is my valedictory , but it just goes to show how ridiculous some of the statistics really are.(4) His comeback turns out to be a sad valedictory .(5) Some men rested inside the reception counter and office rooms, while some others added final touches to the venue for the valedictory session.(6) Wolfenden High School, built in 1913 to hold 900 pupils, held a special valedictory service yesterday to mark its closure.(7) How sad it is to write this brief valedictory for this senator who never abandoned the fiery passions that first fueled his entry into politics.(8) Those of us who love Haydn adore his last large-scale work, this valedictory oratorio, to distraction.(9) Historians argue over the significance of these valedictory meditations.(10) The last few years of his life found him making valedictory recordings with that label and with EMI.(11) Some of the songs were previewed on the group's 2003 valedictory tour, while others have never been publicly aired.(12) The festival's valedictory function will be held on May 9.(13) They will take part in activities like memory games, personality development modules and even stage a Shakespeare play on the valedictory function on Saturday, the organisers said.(14) He was the same when he left the Citizens' last year, insisting his interviews should not be valedictory celebrations of the past, but forward-looking speculations of the theatre's programme after he had gone.(15) As we move towards the end of this Parliament, with questions finishing today and people doing valedictory speeches, people are looking forward to getting out on the hustings.(16) In his valedictory , Barry refused to rule out a return to column-writing.
1. farewell ::
2. goodbye ::
4. parting ::
5. last ::
6. final ::
7. speech ::
8. address ::
9. lecture ::
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