Examples of immortalize in a Sentence
The battle was immortalized in a famous poem.
The explorers were immortalized when the mountains were named after them.
Recent Examples of immortalize from the Web
Her warm and loquacious manner is punctuated by her trademark and infectiously jolly guffaw, which was immortalized on Top Chef, for better or for worse.
Cameron Crowe immortalized the tale in a classic Rolling Stone interview.
Hayward alumni include Michael Caine, Richard Burton, and John le Carré (who immortalized Hayward as the eponymous Tailor of Panama).
In 1985, Ball starred as Marius in the original London production, and Boe’s performance as Jean Valjean was immortalized on 2010’s Les Misérables: 25th Anniversary Concert album.
In Salinas, California, just an hour south of Silicon Valley, the farmland immortalized by John Steinbeck is steadily disappearing to make way for shopping centers and tract housing.
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First Known Use of immortalize
IMMORTALIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of immortalize for English Language Learners
: to cause (someone or something) to be remembered forever
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