Commemoration [noun]

Definition of Commemoration:

honoring, observance

Synonyms of Commemoration:

Opposite/Antonyms of Commemoration:

Sentence/Example of Commemoration:

He remained a Boston fan favorite at commemorations of the Celtics championships he had been a part of.

He prepared to light a menorah in commemoration of the Jewish holiday Hanukkah.

Musical festival in Westminster abbey, in commemoration of the birthday of Handel.

On the first day of the seventh month, Tishri (October), is the commemoration of the creation of the world.

I will not however speak of them all, but only those whom I suppose to be worthy of commemoration and full discussion.

In commemoration of this miraculous manifestation of the divine will the city was named Tzintzuntzan, 'place of celestial birds.'

Finally, a medal was struck in commemoration of the event, and presented to the workmen.

In commemoration of one of the cities he had laid in ashes, he was created Duke of Taormina.

St. Swithin's Day (15th July) is observed in commemoration of this wet or rainy saint.

In commemoration of the sacrifice by Abraham, according to the Koran, of Ishmael, child of his bondswoman.