- v. present participle of idolize.
“While I don't share in idolizing the book by so many horror fans, I would be a fool not to recognize a quality piece of storytelling when I see it The foreshadowing is so expertly laid out the book deserves to be read solely to examine that.”
“Idols and thus idolizing is a way in which we “connect” to others whom we percieve as like “us”.”
“NORFOLK - A Fort Eustis soldier who was killed Sunday in a shootout with police was described as idolizing The Joker from "The Dark Knight," and he painted his face during a failed getaway attempt that took him across the state.”
“Breaking down a person does not better you, your 'idolizing' children, or her.”
“Dent readily admits to growing up "idolizing" another Yankees shortstop, Derek Jeter.”
“They will help line her pockets with their dollars and eventually come to realize (but never admit) that they were idolizing a simple-minded fool.”
“Stop idolizing athletes and youth will get a better focus on academics.”
“Geez, they have put so much energy into idolizing Ronald Reagan that it seems they now believe their own hype.”
“Their American idol: "We grew up idolizing Michael Jackson," Jess says.”
“As a native of Pittsburgh, he grew up idolizing the Steelers and hating the Cowboys.”
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