memorize[ mem-uh-rahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF memorize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEMORIZE
He scarcely ever looked into a book, except to memorize a passage.
This game is a wonderful developer of the power to see and memorize quickly.
You should not attempt to memorize the exact phraseology for any of the tests.
The phrase "to learn without book" meant simply "to memorize."
Memorize it, get used to the sound of it, practice writing it.
And he found that he could memorize the laws while he was stringing beads.
Try to cause the children to love it, to wish to memorize it.
It may be well for him, at the outset, to memorize the conclusion of the story.
She repeated, as if to memorize the words, “A purely business basis.”
His hands glided over her body, trying to memorize the feel of her.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MEMORIZE
- bear in mind
- brood over
- call to mind
- call up
- conjure up
- dig into the past
- dwell upon
- fix in the mind
- flash on
- go back
- have memories
- hold dear
- keep forever
- know by heart
- look back
- nail down
- refresh memory
- ring a bell
- strike a note
- summon up
- think back