Examples of memorialize in a Sentence
an exciting period in history that has been memorialized in many popular books and movies
at the entrance to the park stands a statue memorializing the novelist Sir Walter Scott
Recent Examples of memorialize from the Web
The lifelong dream of the 57-year-old Kansas City man was to go camping along the scenic mountains and the rustic trails memorialized in song by the late pop singer.
But months from now, will the world still note these acts of courage, or remember the many victims in Kabul and Baghdad the way those slain last week in Manchester will be memorialized?
An obelisk memorializing the Bunker Hill battle in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston was used in 1998 a projection screen for a temporary installation showing images of women who lost children to murder.
The bleakest section of the book memorializes the dead cats of her youth, several of them killed by Freya, a dog owned by her abusive stepfather, Jeff.
The settlement, memorialized in a consent decree signed Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Christopher Boyko, resolves allegations that the oil company violated the Clean Water Act.
Many musicians used Twitter to memorialize Allman, including his ex-wife, Cher.
Melody Andrade brought her 4-year-old son Jude to memorialize the Seattle rocker.
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MEMORIALIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of memorialize for English Language Learners
: to do or create something that causes people to remember (a person, thing, or event)
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