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Americans often idealize scientists as unbiased, objective observers.

I’m always wary of idealizing certain periods in the past, and I think there were a lot of problems in that time.

They are either ideal figures, or groups where at least the central figure is idealized and commonly known.

Art PrinciplesErnest Govett

Now that I had exaggerated them, I had idealized, so to speak, in the reverse direction.

Ghetto ComediesIsrael Zangwill

An idealized past becomes the refuge and solace of the spirit; present-day concerns are found sordid, and unworthy of attention.

These idealized objects, however, are not concepts—they are percepts reproduced by the memory.

The Art of Logical ThinkingWilliam Walker Atkinson

I idealized them as the bravest and most generous men that ever sought a home in a strange land.

Story of My LifeHelen Keller

Rosalie herself, not conceiving such an unambitious creed in a nature so rich, idealized what she did not understand.

East AngelsConstance Fenimore Woolson

It will also follow that the picture of the heroic age contained in the poems is an idealized one.

All singing should be idealized, should be the result of self-expression, of an expression of the emotions.

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