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Immortalise

verb
1.
Be or provide a memorial to a person or an event.  Synonyms: commemorate, immortalize, memorialise, memorialize, record.  "We memorialized the Dead"
2.
Make famous forever.  Synonyms: eternalise, eternalize, eternise, eternize, immortalize.






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"Immortalise" Quotes from Famous Books



... as well as wine, Say at what age a poet grows divine? Shall we or shall we not account him so, Who died, perhaps, a hundred years ago? End all dispute; and fix the year precise When British bards begin t' immortalise? "Who lasts a century can have no flaw, I hold that wit a classic, good in law." Suppose he wants a year, will you compound; And shall we deem him ancient, right and sound, Or damn to all eternity at once, At ninety-nine, a modern and a dunce? "We shall not quarrel for a year ...
— Essay on Man - Moral Essays and Satires • Alexander Pope

... scene the redoubtable Owen Swiney, who plays a short but brilliant part in the theatrical world, and next, with all his money gone, enters upon a twenty years' exile on the Continent. Then he will come home, to be made Keeper of the King's Mews, and presently our Colley will immortalise him in one of those pen-portraits which make so many of the Poet Laureate's friends or foes stand out clear and distinct against the background of the "Apology." Here is the picture, fresh and beaming ...
— The Palmy Days of Nance Oldfield • Edward Robins



Words linked to "Immortalise" :   monumentalize, remind, monumentalise, alter, modify, change



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