[ US /məˈmɔɹiəˌɫaɪz/ ]
  1. be or provide a memorial to a person or an event
    This sculpture commemorates the victims of the concentration camps
    We memorialized the Dead
  2. address in a memorial
    The President memorialized the heroes of the battle
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How To Use memorialize In A Sentence

  • The courtier engages in the provocative playfulness exemplified by the participants in the four nights of gamesome conversation at the court of Urbino memorialized by Castiglione; the poet recreates it.
  • The President memorialized the heroes of the battle
  • Not just in a name memorialized on a building, but in the hearts and drive of each of these five remarkable kids who learned from their greatest teacher that “quit” is never an option. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inside Basketball
  • If the tables were turned and I was the one who had died, she'd probably be out there trying to memorialize my life. SUDDENLY
  • This uber-entertaining masterpiece of a sitcom embodies the extremely rare ensemble "chemistry" of Friends, the quick-witted and cutting topical relevance of Frasier, the clever multi-plot-line & thematic interweaving prowess of Arrested Development, and the blithesome, almost unnerving demonstration powerful family love reminiscent of such memorialized family classics as The Cosby Show or The Brady Bunch. The Top 10 TV Comedies of 2011
  • Bowes 'son, Casey Bowes,' 94, who was present that evening, said of his father: "He would be very proud and honored to have his name memorialized in such a special way by the Prep family. Undefined
  • Anecdotal evidence suggests, however, that most accounts are not "memorialized" & mdash; they patiently await the next status update that will never come like faithful Hachikō. Rudy Adler: The Rise of the Dead: How Many Ghosts Are on Facebook?
  • Unlike Veterans Day, which commemorates living veterans, Memorial Day is expressly intended as a day to memorialize the sacrifice of men and women who have given their lives in uniform.
  • He says it is crucial not just to identify the problem, but to "memorialise" it along with a record of the implemented solutions, a process he says is the most valuable piece of the ASAP. HEADLINES
  • The guy has brought all his resources to bear to pay tribute to blue collar heroism, dignify mundane aspirations, memorialize the dead, and console the survivors.
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