OTHER WORDS FROM immortalizeim·mor·ta·liz·a·ble, adjectiveim·mor·tal·i·za·tion, nounim·mor·tal·iz·er, noun
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It was by far the biggest dinner I have seen at Bossier and it was immortalized with a photo through a video call with a family member.
The telescope itself was recently immortalized in Lego form.A century of astronomy revealed Earth’s place in the universe|Lisa Grossman|July 21, 2021|Science News
Blenko Glass Company would partner with a West Virginia artist on immortalizing the mythical Flatwoods Monster, Big Foot’s Appalachian cousin, that has become part of the fabric of regional folklore.
In one experiment targeting over 20,000 genes inside immortalized human kidney cells with CRISPRoff, the team was able to reliably shut those genes off.A New CRISPR Tool Flips Genes On and Off Like a Light Switch|Shelly Fan|April 27, 2021|Singularity Hub
Monuments telescope the past into the present, seeking to immortalize figures from our past by keeping their image with us in the present.The Fight Over Monuments of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest Holds a Lesson About Whiteness in America|Connor Towne O’Neill|July 13, 2020|Time
I was free to immortalize them; and my fiddling was thenceforth a work of supererogation.Mystic London:|Charles Maurice Davies
Tasso attempted to immortalize their deeds; but how insignificant they were, compared with even Homer's heroes!Beacon Lights of History, Volume V|John Lord
But it did not deter Clemens in his purpose, which was to immortalize the little book by pointing out its peculiar charms.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete|Albert Bigelow Paine
It is not every day that even a veteran of the Cape wars is given a chance to thus immortalize himself after the manner of Samson.Miss Caprice|St. George Rathborne
Swift has immortalized a tub; other authors have endeavoured to immortalize a shilling, and a halfpenny.Lands of the Slave and the Free|Henry A. Murray