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tr.v. e·ter·nized, e·ter·niz·ing, e·ter·niz·es
a. To make eternal.
b. To protract for an indefinite period.
2. To make perpetually famous; immortalize.

[French éterniser, from Old French eterne, eternal; see eterne.]

e·ter′ni·za′tion (-nĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Unlike amendments, entrenchment and eternization occur both on a form-related and on a substance-related level.
Apart from such 'virtually unchangeable constitutional' provisions we may encounter constitutions which actually are defined as--at least partially--unalterable: the phenomenon of eternization.
In Delia, Samuel Daniel turns from the reckless and rueful Astrophil in his persona to a narrative stressing the superior power of virtue and the eternization of Delia (the anagram of "ideal").