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memorialize Line breaks: me¦mor¦ial|ize
Pronunciation: /mɪˈmɔːrɪəlʌɪz/
(also memorialise)

Definition of memorialize in English:


[with object]
Preserve the memory of; commemorate: the novel memorialized their childhood summers
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  • He is trying to maintain, not memorialize his career, and the choices here reflect an artist comfortable with his legacy and feeling free to experiment.
  • I glanced downward and recorded her admonishment in my notebook, serving the dual purpose of memorializing the brief chat and ending it.
  • Hattori's project has the quality of a family photo album, memorializing a group of interconnected people.
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