verb (used with object), e·ter·nal·ized, e·ter·nal·iz·ing.
Also especially British, e·ter·nal·ise.
Origin of eternalize
First recorded in 1610–20; eternal
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Examples from the Web for eternalize
Historical Examples of eternalize
Oh, to prolong this blissful moment, to sleep, to eternalize oneself in it!
The thirst of eternity is what is called love among men, and whosoever loves another wishes to eternalize himself in him.
Every family had its own, dead or alive, oftener dead, and wanted to eternalize his features.
British Dictionary definitions for eternalize
eternalise eternize or eternise (ɪˈtɜːnaɪz)
Derived Formseternalization, eternization, eternalisation or eternisation, noun
to make eternal
to make famous for ever; immortalize
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