memorial

Part of speech: adjective

Commemorating something, as the memory of the dead.

Part of speech: noun

Something desingned to keep in remembrance a person, event, etc.

Part of speech: noun

A presentation of facts; memoir.

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Usage examples "memorial":

  1. They then drove to the Shakespeare Memorial, which also stands near the river. - "John and Betty's History Visit", Margaret Williamson.
  2. The reply to this memorial stated that an endeavour would be made to give assistance to a Medical School, and as a result the Montreal Medical Institution was organised. - "McGill and its Story, 1821-1921", Cyrus Macmillan.
  3. It seems to me a part of him, and is a memorial of the happy hours I have passed under his hospitable roof. - "The Talkative Wig", Eliza Lee Follen.