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View definitions for memorized

memorized

adjective as in remembered

adjective as in remembering

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The Latin proverb “Times Change and We Change With Them” used to be memorized by generations of students of Latin.

Those are statistics that Botticelli, one of the five featured panelists on Tuesday, has likely memorized.

I memorized the grid and tasted as much and as often as I could.

We live in a culture where the past is seen as a dead thing, a set of names and dates to be memorized—and then forgotten.

She has the stock quotes memorized, constantly unleashing them on her audience.

The heavy-set man spoke to her in French, but he failed to use a single one of the words she had memorized.

Using his pen name, "Moina," he specialized in war lyrics which were soon memorized by Southerners in general.

This connection according to the drawing should be studied and memorized.

But there is a new commandment added to the list of those to be memorized by the body-politic.

She must, Craven thought, often have stood before a mirror and carefully "memorized" herself in all her variety and detail.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to memorized, such as: evoked, commemorated, memorialized, recalled, recollected, and retained.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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