immortalized

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

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She could never think of the one without the other, the poet had so immortalized it.

He visited the Islands, immortalized his name, and modestly retired.

In His immortalized state He appeared in and disappeared from closed rooms.

One of the best-known American authors has immortalized the Chinaman in some of his verses.

And they began an agitation that has been immortalized in history.

There was really no such legend of Hiawatha as that which the poet has immortalized.

The old word for a full-grown pike or jack, immortalized by Shakspeare.

Not that I defend all that that genius adopted and immortalized.

A Madame de Stael would have immortalized her as another Corrinne.

His treatise upon "Shades and Shadows" has immortalized him.