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
Fersen had Cesarini’s flashing good looks immortalized by a number of photographers, artists and sculptors, including Ierace, Hoeker, and Brunelleschi, and shopped in Paris for goodies to fill his establishment and set off the artworks.
The mountain landscape is now immortalized on the album cover — a picture Kanye snapped on his iPhone on the way to the listening.
Imperious Miranda Priestly, immortalized by a steely-eyed Meryl Streep in the 2006 film adaptation, suffers no fools–especially those wearing the wrong shade of blue.
The great Catskills resorts, the Jewish ones immortalized by the movie—the Concord, the Nevele, Kutsher's, with their Simon Says and dancing lessons and endless food—are gone.
The brothers Castor and Pollux are immortalized in the Gemini constellation.
But the moment became immortalized in pop culture because footage of the event, shot by the actress Linda Evans, went the 1967 equivalent of viral.
The image of the group handing out flyers to their concert in 2014 was immortalized in their show, American Hustle Life.
Burnett and Hope are both immortalized through a large team photo hanging in the hallway of the clubhouse.
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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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