use perpetuated in a sentence.
Slug's reputation, which Atmosphere's media coverage has eagerly perpetuated, is one of personal drama and pathos.
To the Griqua went the consolation of having their name perpetuated in one of the richest portions of the earth's surface, which once they had called their own.
He is justly honored by having his name perpetuated not only by our street and district, but by a bank, market, school and street in the city proper.
&c. How errors relative to Eastern matters are perpetuated is illustrated by the fact that I have seen these lines quoted in some modern philosophical work as descriptive of the hell in which the
Palin perpetuated the rumor that Trig was really Bristol’s child by refusing to provide evidence on the contrary.