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
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).
That said, the executive producer of the show, Dan Schneider, actually uploaded the clip to YouTube earlier this year, so the appearance would be immortalized forevermore.
Plenty of famous people have their names immortalized in a latin species name, from David Attenborough (Prethopalpus attenboroughi, the goblin spider) to Hugh Hefner (Sylvilagus palustris hefneri, a rabbit, of course).
The firm that helped with the IPO was Stratton Oakmont, whose raucous culture and conduct was immortalized in the movie The Wolf of Wall Street.
Images of holiday revelers shooting off personal fireworks in the city have been immortalized in numerous videos online.
Drake's tweets have since been deleted, but they've been immortalized in screenshots by fans who are busy mourning the fact that these two on-screen step-brothers seem to have fallen out of touch with one another.
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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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