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
Since then, the battle site has been preserved to memorialize the many dead and the pivotal moment in American history.
Shay also talked about another way the cast memorialized the show: through matching finger tattoos featuring their characters' first initials.
And that's just one of a plethora of products and services available to owners to memorialize their pets.
Now, his own words, memorialized in a previously unreported eight-page FBI memo, are part of the case against him.
The holiday memorializes June 19, 1865, when an announcement was made in Galveston, Texas, that slavery had been abolished.
Matthew, using pictures and video and a sad soundtrack, has begun to memorialize the victims of Birmingham area homicides in hopes of driving home the devastation violence crime brings.
That was how the most influential members of our political elite chose to memorialize six people in Arizona and 26 people in Connecticut: by making sure people could buy more weapons.
After lying for decades in unmarked graves, hundreds of souls in Deerfield Beach finally will be memorialized.
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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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