memorialise
British variant of memorialize

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  • memorialise — me*mo ri*al*ise, v. t. Same as memorialize. [Chiefly Brit.] [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • memorialise — (Brit.) v. commemorate, maintain the memory of; present a memorial (also memorialize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • memorialise — memorial ► NOUN ▪ an object or structure established in memory of a person or event. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ in memory of someone. DERIVATIVES memorialist noun memorialize (also memorialise) verb …   English terms dictionary

  • memorialise — /məˈmɔriəlaɪz/ (say muh mawreeuhluyz) verb (t) (memorialised, memorialising) 1. → commemorate. 2. to present a memorial to. Also, memorialize. –memorialisation /məˌmɔriəlaɪˈzeɪʃən/ (say muh.mawreeuhluy zayshuhn), noun –memorialiser, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • memorialise — verb 1. address in a memorial The President memorialized the heroes of the battle • Syn: ↑memorialize • Derivationally related forms: ↑memorialisation, ↑memorialization (for: ↑memorialize) …   Useful english dictionary

  • memorialised — memorialise (Brit.) v. commemorate, maintain the memory of; present a memorial (also memorialize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • memorialises — memorialise (Brit.) v. commemorate, maintain the memory of; present a memorial (also memorialize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • memorialising — memorialise (Brit.) v. commemorate, maintain the memory of; present a memorial (also memorialize) …   English contemporary dictionary

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