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Synonyms for commemorate

Synonyms for commemorate

to honor or keep alive the memory of

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to mark (a day or an event) with ceremonies of respect, festivity, or rejoicing

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mark by some ceremony or observation

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call to remembrance

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be or provide a memorial to a person or an event

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To honor the anniversary, the City of Berlin will host a series of special events, exhibitions, and commemoratory functions relating to the division of Germany and Berlin, the Cold War, and the circumstances leading to the reunification.
Many schools feature commemoratory plaques detailing Nazi deportation of children during the war.
The objects on display at the Smithsonian range from the formal commemoratory - medals and ribbons showing Vietnam service, US flags, berets, battle jackets - to the deeply personal and idiosyncratic - stuffed animals, a GI Joe figure with an Ace of Spades card, a paperboy delivery bag.
I suggest that the editors of Communications reward Sammet's demonstrated concern with the accuracy of commemoratory writings by designating her now as the author of the 1997 report on ACM's 50th anniversary.
Eco-Fabulous founder and style guru Zem Joaquin, who served as the "green style police" for the project and nationally celebrated green architect and author of Green Building and Remodeling for Dummies Eric Corey Freed marked the event by creating a commemoratory eco plaster-of-paris plaque with their handprints that will be mounted at the new eco medspa.