[ US /ˈtɛstəmənt/ ]
[ UK /tˈɛstəmənt/ ]
[ UK /tˈɛstəmənt/ ]
a profession of belief
he stated his political testament
- a legal document declaring a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property when they die
strong evidence for something
his easy victory was a testament to his skill
How To Use testament In A Sentence
- In a richly ornamented setting with animals and plants on a red background, in 14 copper rosettes placed between lacunars, there are the Wise Virgins and Foolish Virgins of the New Testament parable; the former hold lighted lamps, the latter have lamps already extinguished.
- The success of our initiative is testament to the high quality calibre of the producers in our region.
- And we buck intreat as good as designate a saied Thomas Russell esquier as good as Frauncis Collins gent. to be overseers hereof, as good as buck revoke all former wills, as good as publishe this to be my final will as good as testament. Archive 2009-11-01
- It recognizes the Ten Commandments as eternal law and the Old Testament as Holy Writ.
- His work deserves careful reading by New Testament scholars, church historians, and liturgiologists interested in the history of early Christian cult.
- His face was smooth and beardless, a testament to his youth, with high cheekbones and a delicate looking nose and mouth.
- People who longed for a more thorough introduction of Reformation principles during the reigns from Henry VIII to James I heavily relied on the Old Testament.
- I asked how they knew what Jesus exactly said and meant, since there had been so many translations and versions of the New Testament.
- Nowhere in Scripture is the Old Testament law divided into moral/civil and ceremonial.
- Start with Leviticus 24: 16 in the Torah/Old Testament, which states clearly that "blasphemers" who question the Lord are to be stoned to death. Ali A. Rizvi: The Atheist Bus Campaign: Why it's Okay to Offend the Religious