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
Prince William and Kate Middleton were also immortalized in a Lifetime film leading up to their wedding in 2011.
Like Bowie, Crockett is an individual most colorful — one already immortalized as being a lord of the untamed frontierlands.
His story was immortalized in a New York Times best-seller, Eric Blehm’s The Only Thing Worth Dying For.
The name Jane Todd Crawford probably doesn’t ring any bells but thanks to an Indiana Historical Marker and the annals of medicine, she is immortalized.
Some of the Portlanders immortalized in the mural remain widely known today, including Columbia Sportswear chief Gert Boyle, Nike co-founder Phil Knight, the late Portland mayor Vera Katz and disgraced former Oregon Gov. Neil Goldschmidt.
Hemingway’s wife had the famous penny immortalized by cementing it into the pool.
Zayn took to the social media app to share an epic (and epically large) Harry Potter–themed fight scene, immortalized in tattoo form.
The same kind of success that immortalized Jackie's teams is at stake for Dedreck's girls.
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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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