verb (used with object), im·mor·tal·ized, im·mor·tal·iz·ing.
Origin of immortalize
Examples from the Web for immortalised
Contemporary Examples of immortalised
And in Moominland Midwinter Jansson immortalised her life-partner Tuulikki as wise, life-embracing Too-ticky.Tove Jansson, Queen of the Moomins
August 9, 2014
Historical Examples of immortalised
"You've immortalised yourself," said O'Grady, with a roar of laughter.Jack Hinton
Charles James Lever
It is Dryden's verse, and not her own, that has immortalised her.The Cornwall Coast
Arthur L. Salmon
A hero is immortalised because his life is every mans larger self.The Lost Art of Reading
Gerald Stanley Lee
Purcell has immortalised father and son in the first volume of his Catches.The Violin
Generation immortalises the mortal, so for as it can be immortalised.