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- adj. Regarded as ideal.
- adj. Considered as an ideal form of something.
- adj. Alternative spelling of idealized.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of idealise.
- v. Alternative spelling of idealized.
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- adj. exalted to an ideal perfection or excellence
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Harry's 'love' of Ginny Weasley is also ambiguous at best - look at the way he not only ditches her at the end of book 6 but only seems to ever express his desire for her in idealised romantic terms.
With this warning we may yet accept these depositions as trustworthy, all the more for the atmosphere of truth, perfectly realistic, and in no way idealised, which is in every description of the great catastrophe; in which Jeanne figures as no supernatural heroine, but as a terrified, tormented, and often trembling girl.
He had some kind of idealised, romantic notion about serving God.
Reminded me of the kind of idealised natural wonder japanese games like final fantasy seem to go for.
Men in the kind of idealised relationships sometimes pictured on here, I feel, never lose their temper or shout at their wives.
It was the kind of idealised scenery you find in car racing computer games, from a dramatic concrete viaduct near Arthur's Pass through to the long wait we had to make for an oncoming train to cross an extremely long bridge which functioned as both road and rail in its single lane.
Self-insertion is the practice of the author either inserting themselves, or a character that resembles some kind of idealised version of themselves, into the story.
The data is used to construct an 'idealised' surface, or geoid
Nevermind, but I’d be curious to know whether your Second Life avatar is “you”, or some kind of idealised version of you?
But whereas Starkie, who is originally from London, explored a kind of idealised pastoralism in his earlier work (