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romanticized

verb as in make glamorous

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After watching that scene, you could hardly call the use of heroin in Pulp Fiction romanticized or glamorous.

Our “romanticized view,” gets us no closer to knowing who Founders actually were, and ultimately “serves only the present.”

The complications of leadership were romanticized to the extent that people could have that concept.

This creates a comfortable symbol and romanticized hopes; these are the rules of the game.

Even in the romanticized days of the Old West, folks were often required to check their guns with the sheriff.

The life of reason has been specialized, romanticized, or made a heavy burden.

The prints are strongly romanticized and must be regarded as a record of something between historical and fancy dress.

The whole interval took on a dreamlike quality—idealized, romanticized, yet basically sensual.

She romanticized herself not as a great reformer but as the wife of a country physician.

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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to romanticized, such as: sentimentalize, idealize, glamorize, and think romantically.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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