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valediction (s) (noun), valedictions (pl)
1. The action of bidding or saying farewell to a person, etc.; a farewell or leave-taking: The office manager planned to say sincere valedictions to each member of her staff when she retired.
2. A statement, discourse, etc. made at, or by way of, a special occasion; frequently happening at a graduation ceremony of an educational facility: Charles Smith was the top academic student at school and he delivered the valediction at the close of the school year, praising not only the faculty but his fellow students as well.
An abrupt act of leaving.
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An act of bidding farewell or goodbye.
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This entry is located in the following units: dic-, dict- (page 9) valid-, val-, vale-, -vail, -valent, -valence (page 6)
Word Entries at Get Words: “valedictions
A special occasion in which someone says goodbye or farewell to other people; such as, a graduation ceremony. (2)