Eternize

  • 41eternises — eternise (Brit.) v. make famous for ever; cause to continue indefinitely long, immortalise (also eternize) …

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  • 42eternising — eternise (Brit.) v. make famous for ever; cause to continue indefinitely long, immortalise (also eternize) …

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  • 43eternalize — v. a. See eternize …

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  • 44perpetuate — v. a. Eternize, make perpetual …

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  • 45immortalize — v 1. render deathless, eternize, deify, apotheosize; perpetuate, make everlasting, make last, protract, prolong, preserve, save, conserve, maintain, sustain, continue. 2. commemorate, memorialize, celebrate, solemnize; glorify, canonize, beatify …

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  • 46perpetuate — v memorialize, immortalize, eternalize, eternize, put down in history; preserve, sustain, maintain, keep, keep up, save, conserve; continue, extend, protract …

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  • 47eternise — /iˈtɜnaɪz/ (say ee ternuyz), /ə / (say uh ) verb (t) (eternised, eternising) 1. to make eternal; perpetuate. 2. to immortalise. Also, eternize …

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  • 48perpetuate — [v] keep going bolster, conserve, continue, eternalize, eternize, immortalize, keep, keep alive, keep in existence, keep up, maintain, preserve, secure, support, sustain; concept 239 Ant. cease, halt, prevent, stop …

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  • 49eternal — adj. 1 existing always; without an end or (usu.) beginning in time. 2 essentially unchanging (eternal truths). 3 colloq. constant; seeming not to cease (your eternal nagging). Phrases and idioms: the Eternal God. Eternal City Rome. eternal… …

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  • 50eternalise — verb make famous forever This melody immortalized its composer • Syn: ↑immortalize, ↑immortalise, ↑eternize, ↑eternise, ↑eternalize • Hypernyms: ↑change, ↑ …

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  • 51eternalize — verb make famous forever This melody immortalized its composer • Syn: ↑immortalize, ↑immortalise, ↑eternize, ↑eternise, ↑eternalise • Hypernyms: ↑change, ↑ …

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  • 52eternise — verb make famous forever This melody immortalized its composer • Syn: ↑immortalize, ↑immortalise, ↑eternize, ↑eternalize, ↑eternalise • Hypernyms: ↑change, ↑ …

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  • 53immortalise — verb 1. be or provide a memorial to a person or an event This sculpture commemorates the victims of the concentration camps We memorialized the Dead • Syn: ↑commemorate, ↑memorialize, ↑memorialise, ↑immortalize, ↑record …

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  • 54immortalize — verb 1. be or provide a memorial to a person or an event This sculpture commemorates the victims of the concentration camps We memorialized the Dead • Syn: ↑commemorate, ↑memorialize, ↑memorialise, ↑immortalise, ↑record …

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  • 55e|ter|nal|ize — «ih TUR nuh lyz», transitive verb, ized, iz|ing. to make eternal; perpetuate; immortalize; eternize: »Is it as maiden, matron, or crone that the females will be eternalized? (New Yorker) …

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