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    Use "romanticize" in a sentence

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    1. "The time and place where this was done has been romanticized on Earth til it's now a legend


    2. romanticized historical event to feel grateful and give


    3. romanticized historical event to feel grateful and give


    4. Fidel Castro is coming to town! This poorly stylized villain, who for years has fed off the (romanticized) illusions conjured up by left-leaning individuals, will undoubtedly receive a warm reception in some quarters by disaffected groups whose alienated affections for this great nation have grown naturally disposed toward honoring every ideological enemy of America as some visionary liberator in their incorrectly perceived fight for ―freedom


    5. She has this highly romanticized view, of ending her days with him, but I have seen his dark ways, and his cruel controlling of her, and the way he uses her to suit himself


    6. For now the romanticized idea that we could just run away from all our problems and live happily ever after was the dream that clouded my mind


    7. There is nothing in the second description equivalent to the sexualized, romanticized flirtatiousness in the first, which reflects the father's unresolved oedipal complex, as outlined in the previous chapter


    8. She had cut her reading teeth on those romanticized tales of the Old West, and had been hooked ever since, reading just about anything she could get her hands on


    9. At least this is our romanticized and idealized form of learning, i


    10. Modern American culture was all about love, and love and more love… idealized and romanticized and idealized










    1. The connotation around the phrase has morphed into one that romanticizes violence and places the blame on the victim, wherein the batterer’s violent response was justified by his emotions


    2. " The outsider, flattered, murmurs, "I do," and romanticizes about "this fine, unappreciated person," only to discover when it is too late that the person was only too well understood by the unfortunate first partner


    1. I prefer the terrifying face of vampires over the romanticizing of them at this highly impressionable age for her


    2. What is the culture of civilization? It is the romanticizing of killers and rapists and human scum: who should have been despised and killed and wiped out long ago


    3. She was romanticizing those days, she knew it


    1. He wondered if being safe at home and bored was causing him to romanticize his trek on a starship


    2. As she rushed towards them, she recalled that incident on the train, and felt, ‘If that weird episode could romanticize my gloom, wouldn’t his vivacity have overwhelmed her in a romantic whirlwind?’


    3. The smart marketer will romanticize these traditions


    4. When you are away you either romanticize things or vilify them, neither really holding true on your return


    5. It's nice to romanticize about ski-boots rather than al-


    6. The reason why humans obsessively worship and glorify the dead past, the reason why they romanticize the past and worship dead artifacts; is because their human-past is missing inside them


    7. Once you come to truly understand something in context through the sense of Pure Wonder: then any urge to lionize, glorify, worship, romanticize, idealize and distort what you truly understand vanishes


    8. Many of us have a tendency to romanticize the past, and when investors engage in such fond reminiscence, they often speak wistfully of Graham’s era


    9. Having said that, it would be a mistake to romanticize him


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    Synonyms for "romanticize"

    romanticize romanticise glamorize glamourise

    "romanticize" definitions

    interpret romantically


    make romantic in style


    act in a romantic way