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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lionise.

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Examples

  • If tragedy in part offers the passive you the spectacle of an active him destroyed for his crime of action, tacitly warning against agency and validating disengagement, it also lionises the agent for their agency.

    The Epic and the Past

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  • Rate It al-Zawraa TV, is a 24-hour satellite station that lionises Iraq's insurgency to the drumbeat of Saddam-era martial music.

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  • Indeed, the relationship was under far more pressure in the immediate post-war years - the time the press lionises as a honeymoon phase, when Winston Churchill first praised "the special relationship".

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Determined to see a strong Indian security apparatus flex its muscle, the Indian media lionises 'encounter specialists' - police who specialise in shootouts.

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  • And her party, which still lionises her, recently voted in favour of a Government Bill to ban the creation of any more.

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  • His consideration of the Armenian genocide, which highlights Woodrow Wilson's inaction, cautiously lionises Theodore Roosevelt, who, it seemed, wanted to invade half the countries on earth.

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  • To counter criticism that the film lionises the charismatic gang members while ignoring their victims, the director, Udi Edel, said he positioned the cameras so they would tell the story from the eye level of the victims.

    Film | guardian.co.uk

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