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synonyms for romanticized

  • glamorize
  • idealize
  • sentimentalize
  • think romantically
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How to use romanticized in a sentence

The life of reason has been specialized, romanticized, or made a heavy burden.
HUMAN NATURE AND CONDUCTJOHN DEWEY
The prints are strongly romanticized and must be regarded as a record of something between historical and fancy dress.
ORIGIN AND EARLY HISTORY OF THE FASHION PLATEJOHN L. NEVINSON
The whole interval took on a dreamlike quality—idealized, romanticized, yet basically sensual.
THIS CROWDED EARTHROBERT BLOCH
She romanticized herself not as a great reformer but as the wife of a country physician.
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