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.
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Falicia Blakely — a 34-year-old woman who is currently serving three life sentences for murdering three men by the age of 19 — has a story that will forever be immortalized by a riveting television movie.
The protester in the video, Corey Long, was immortalized in a now-famous photograph from the rally.
In the group of current and retired officers was famed whistleblower Detective Frank Serpico, who was immortalized by Al Pacino in the classic 1973 Sidney Lumet film.
Gone is that distinctive, high, rounded cut, the one immortalized in a Heisman Trophy ceremony.
Formally known as Tennessee vs. John Thomas Scopes, the case was immortalized in songs, books, plays and movies.
And now, Seth Shipman, from Harvard Medical School, has immortalized the running horse in a new and very different medium: the genomes of bacteria.
She and Enninful overlapped at American Vogue (a time immortalized in the documentary The September Issue).
Bond would go on to see his creation enchant children for more than half a century and become an icon immortalized in print, on screens and as countless stuffed toys before his death at age 91.
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First Known Use of immortalize
Related Wordscommemorate, memorialize; celebrate, enshrine, honor; conserve, keep up, maintain, preserve, support, sustain; defend, guard, protect, safeguard
Near Antonymsextinguish, put out, snuff (out); annihilate, crush, decimate, demolish, destroy, devastate; eradicate, erase, expunge, extirpate, obliterate, wipe out
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