idealization

[ ahy-dee-uh-luh-zey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF idealization

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The second process is idealization, which can act conjointly with the other.

It made his love for Nedda more actual, less of an idealization.

The materials with which he can work are the idealization of the times in which he lives.

It is useless to attempt an idealization of the Hawaiian eater.

Nothing need be added; the idealization has already taken place.

They were Betsey and West, the idealization of her former lover.

Nevertheless, idealization of the past is evil in its consequences.

It is a land of thrills and surprises, but also of idealization and poetry.

In all of these ways Paul Bunyan is the idealization of the lumberjack.

Some idealization there is, by the general confession of unprejudiced men.

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