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Webster's Dictionary 1828

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Testimonial


TESTIMO'NIAL, noun [Latin testimonium.] A writing or certificate in favor of one's character or good conduct. Testimonials are required on many occasions. A person must have testimonials of his learning and good conduct, before he can obtain license to preach. Testimonials are to be signed by persons of known respectability of character.