immortalise


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Related to immortalise: detract from, intermingled, protruded
  • verb

Synonyms for immortalise

be or provide a memorial to a person or an event

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Kyrgyzstan's parliament voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to immortalise Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin by naming a mountain in his honour, in a move to reinforce ties with Moscow.
Everybody loves to love a bad boy and this is your moment to immortalise yourself and become a bad boy or bad girl.
PICKING the right photographer to immortalise a wedding is something couples agonise most over - after the wedding dress and speeches, of course.
But a compromise was reached to immortalise Lally who publicly clashed with Labour bosses.
David Mach needed matches with 14 different coloured tips to immortalise the King of Rock 'n' Roll - complete with famous black quiff.
MARIO BALOTELLI has commissioned a life-size statue of himself that immortalises his goal celebration.