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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of heroise.
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"The fact that they had played and that India's heroised cricketers had gone about their business brought comfort to their fans," he said.
Thus we may see terrorists heroised, or secret matters, pertaining to one's nation's defence, publicly revealed, or we may witness shameless intrusion on the privacy of well-known people under the slogan: