Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who idolizes; one who venerates or loves unduly: as, an idolizer of Shakspere. Also spelled idoliser.
- n. One who idolizes.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who idolizes or loves to the point of reverence; an idolater.
- n. a lover blind with admiration and devotion
- n. a person who worships idols
- idolize + -er (Wiktionary)
“The pieces will be priced at $19.99 to $34.99 and "there's even a copy of a Cheerio uniform top for the ultimate Sue Sylvester idolizer," USA Today reports.”
“Seyntaubyne was an idolizer of personal attractions.”
“I have finally read it, and no self-respecting idolizer of Joseph Roth can wear that badge with pride until they have apparently.”
“You must come less often; even to not at all, if you are one of those idols with feet of clay which leave the print of their steps in a room; or fall and crush the silly idolizer. ”
“In the second season, Powers follows his quest to Mexico, where he plays for a professional team with a filthy-rich owner (Michael Peña), gets involved in cockfighting, woos a sultry lounge singer, meets his dad (Don Johnson) and reconnects with Stevie Janowski (Steve Little), the band teacher/idolizer who was his assistant in the first season.”
“I know you feel heartbroken that arnold is exposed as being a hitler-idolizer but get over it censor idiot.”
“February 19th, 2009 at 11: 19 pm ahh yes the "censored guy" must feel all heart broken because arnold hitler-idolizer has been exposed … what's that? arnold isnt jewish? really? aww …”
“Who is the idiotic, idolizer of Jim Cramer who wrote this hair-brained article?”
“Yep Guzzi, you're a fanatic Arnel idolizer who keeps on writing stirrers knowing more and more fans will come to his defense which is exactly what's happening.”
“As a general rule, I'm not a big follower or idolizer of celebrities.”
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