She now displayed her military tendencies in such a way as to save her native town and immortalise her name.
Why pass over the success, and endeavour to immortalise the failure?
It was burnt by an Ephesian, who thus desired to immortalise his name.
I feel convinced that this invention of mine will immortalise me.
This is an excellent piece of fooling, whoever wrote it, and should immortalise not only the writer, but Sir Bedivel also.
And tears by bards or heroes shed Alike immortalise the dead.
The author was a Chinaman, whose ingenuity should immortalise him.
The Athenians killed Socrates, but they produced a Plato to idealise and even to immortalise him.
His Ode to a Nightingale will serve to immortalise him, even if he had written nothing else.
He possessed, in short, the peculiar talents and vices which were destined later to immortalise as well as disgrace Mirabeau.