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  • v. Alternative spelling of apotheosize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. deify or glorify


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  • In it you remind me, menacingly, of the possibilities of progress, you posit that love is at best artificial, and you apotheosise the brain.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • The attempt to apotheosise human nature, to invest our kindred clay with theatrical glamour and to drape it from the property-room, this mythical creation of "a magnified non-natural man," what is it all but the perpetuation of the false psychology of the past?

    Without Prejudice

  • The 'Girl Graduate,' with a pathos to which I am not insensible, entreats me not to apotheosise 'that awful, befringed, beflounced, and bekilted divided skirt.'



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