Commemorates [verb]

Definition of Commemorates:

honor, observe occasion

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To properly commemorate our annual celebration of ghouls, goblins and gore, this week’s Sunday Magazine takes you through the year’s house of horrors.

This spring, Arise announced that it would honor Juneteenth as an official company holiday, a day off for all employees to commemorate the end of slavery.

The obelisk, which is “Dedicated to the Bennington’s Dead,” commemorates the 66 sailors who died in a ship explosion here 115 years ago this month, all victims of one of San Diego’s worst disasters.

The month of June is recognized as the Pride month to commemorate the Stonewall Riots of 1969.

It is not likely that the inhabitants of Ivrea, who thus commemorate her heroic deed, will ever forget their Mugnaia.

It is 421 proposed to commemorate the incident by the erection of a suitable pile.

I remember the leading Dissenters came to Bungay with a piece of plate, to present to Mr. Childs, to commemorate his heroism.

First, though, I'd like to present you a decoration to commemorate your part in this skirmish, Wes.

With what grander monument could one commemorate his little span on earth?

It is curious to note that there are now no remains of Cesena to commemorate the heroic valour of Marzia.