memorial

[ muh-mawr-ee-uh l, -mohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF memorial

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEMORIAL

I forced the shirt on him, however, as a sort of memorial of me.

Like Elizabeth, her "memorial" is short, but it does not "perish with her."

The memorial of this excellent woman is short, but replete with instruction.

Nelson soon assured the Austrian commander that this was not the object of his memorial.

He was the first American writer who was honored by a memorial in Westminster Abbey.

What—why—why, Caleb, that's—ain't that the Nickerson memorial gate?

Thus is that memorial disposed of as a false and lying document.

Memorial services were held from one end of the country to the other.

Inside the arch is a memorial hall for recording the achievements of women.

We have taken him to the Memorial Hospital in one of their ambulances.

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