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Make eternal; cause to live or last forever.
keep alive, keep going, keep in existence, preserve, conserve, sustain, maintain, continue, extend, carry on, keep up, cause to continue, prolongView synonyms
- ‘Here, the poetic garlands bestowed by poetic favor become subject to nature, subject to death - dramatically reversing the eternizing conceit of Shakespeare's ‘Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day’.’
- ‘I was becoming too attached to the past, which was now eternised in my mind as impossible perfections.’
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