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Definition of "memorializing" [memorializing]

  • Present participle of memorialize. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "memorializing" in a sentence
  • "I love the idea of memorializing a loved one through plants."
  • "Turco, a former town teacher and lifelong resident, approached Veterans Agent Bob Fahey with the idea of memorializing the six fallen soldiers about nine months ago, after he posted memorial signs for two men killed in Iraq: Shayne M. Cabino, 19, and R.bert R. Pirelli,"
  • "But those expecting Varanasises to start materializing alongside the Lincoln Highway or L.I.E. or the Dan Ryan Express or some other concrete Ganges meandering through the American landscape may have to temper their daydreams for a bit, as anything in the US that rests on some mercurial internal logic, such as memorializing our dearly departed, will invite twitchy, bureaucratic fingers to rein all of that in with central, regulatory control."
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