noun, plural val·e·dic·to·ries.
- vale of glamorgan,
- valediction forbidding mourning, a,
- valence band,
- valence electron,
- valence electrons,
- valence-conduction band
Origin of valedictory
Examples from the Web for valedictory
Lou's valedictory has been acclaimed, without sarcasm, as baseball's Gettysburg Address.The Stacks: The Day Lou Gehrig Delivered Baseball’s Gettysburg Address|Ray Robinson|July 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The congresswoman ended her valedictory to a man she described as “our icon” by saying “Michael Jackson, I salute you.”The Constitution Is 400 Years Old and More Pearls From Sheila Jackson Lee|Ben Jacobs|March 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This concession speech was both a tribute to his opponent and a valedictory to his lifetime of service to the country.
Her valedictory, like her salutatory, was a diffuse apology for their intrusion upon the sacredness of the installation-eve.Jessamine|Marion Harland
The last man who was going to be married got his valedictory dinner at the close of session.
The financial and executive report of the two years' work is very concisely given in the valedictory address of June 6, 1867.
Then he uttered a valedictory which I have always been glad to recall as his last message, for I never saw him again.The Story of a Pioneer|Anna Howard Shaw
The students marched, singing songs of adieu, to present a valedictory address to the Rector.Lola Montez|Edmund B. d'Auvergne