immortalize

[ ih-mawr-tl-ahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF immortalize

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"Turn actress, and immortalize your name," said Sister Vashti, striking an attitude.

And he had chosen this bright spot whereon to immortalize his name.

I was free to immortalize them; and my fiddling was thenceforth a work of supererogation.

His commentary on Hogarth is said of itself to immortalize his fame.

He is designing to immortalize himself and the Six Hundred at once.

His services the present session are enough to immortalize his name.

And he began then to grapple with those problems which were to immortalize him.

Did he intend thus to immortalize her, while he immortalized himself?

He needed only a crier at his back and a Petronius to immortalize his gourmandise.

Some great painter should immortalize the spring fields of California.

WORD ORIGIN

1560s, from immortal + -ize. Perhaps modeled on Middle French immortaliser. Related: Immortalized; immortalizing.

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verbhonor, observe occasion
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