idolize

[ ahyd-l-ahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF idolize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IDOLIZE

He looked as if his division might idolize him, as it was said they did.

He was a most fondly attached son and seemed to idolize his mother.

Did not Mrs. Watson idolize the girl, having known her from her earliest days?

We have all got to do it, you know, said that comfortable woman, whether we idolize them or not.

But you idolize the Continent, and despise your own country.

They are to learn that pleasure, which they idolize, must now and then be quitted in order to be regained.

We must not idolize the faculty of thought nor forget its divine nature.

You set up an inference and idolize it as an immortal truth.

If you will introduce her to me, you will be her darling, her Benjamin; she will idolize you.

Nothing pleases the gay city more than to idolize a foreigner.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from idol + -ize. Related: Idolized; idolizing.

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