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adjective as in historical

adjective as in kept

adjective as in remembered

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“What The Little Mermaid Taught Us About Being Grown-Ups,” Vanity Fair commemorated in a GIF-laden post.

It was likely the first time that a sitting Senator had commemorated Festivus.

It was only a few weeks ago when the nation commemorated the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

Her departure will be commemorated by a series of specials celebrating her nearly 60 years in the medium.

Blogger Jonathan Tobin commemorated the event with a burst of hagiography.

On the opposite side of the road is the cemetery of Hippolytus, commemorated in the verses of Prudentius in the fourth century.

It was built on the site of a church which commemorated the passing of S. Lorenzo through Genoa.

She had a holy well, which is commemorated by an iron pump within a niche upon its site.

They can only be commemorated by men of another fighting and revolutionary generation.

According to legend, the person so commemorated was a sailor, cast ashore wrecked on the coast of China.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to commemorated, such as: actual, ancient, archival, classical, factual, and real.

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