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
Mikey's Place was the vision of Mary and Dan Daversa and their daughter, Danielle, and was a way to memorialize their three-year-old son, Michael, who passed away in 1998 from Spinal Muscular Atrophy.
Except to say, fittingly, that Saturday is Dontre Day, when Milwaukeeans gather at Red Arrow Park to memorialize the shooting death of Dontre Hamilton by a Milwaukee police officer.
The university also plans to memorialize the park’s history, possibly with a sculpture or plaques.
The Centennial Commission is considering the best ways to memorialize the devastation.
The memos Trump appears to reference are ones that Comey wrote memorializing his meetings and phone calls with the president - which have since become public.
Given the good-natured goofiness with which the show kicks off, the introduction of a teddy bear meant to memorialize a horrific mass shooting 30 years earlier seemed to strike a jarring tonal note at first.
Although divided on the issue, everyone was there for the same reason: to memorialize the students were gunned down in Florida and to spark change.
An email written on January 21 to record decisions made on January 5 is not written to memorialize what was decided.
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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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