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- adj. Regarded as ideal.
- adj. Considered as an ideal form of something.
- adj. Alternative spelling of idealised.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of idealize.
- v. Alternative spelling of idealised.
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- adj. exalted to an ideal perfection or excellence
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Moved by what he called "idealized illustrations of Hawaii from the '50s, postcards and Hawaiian shirts," Parisian Joseph Altuzarra sent digital tropical prints down his spring runway against a backdrop of live palm-frond foliage, while Suno, a house that usually sets its compass to Africa where many of its batik fabrics are made, was also taken with alohawear.
Anyway, the, uh, the premise: man meets woman in idealized, dream-like Switzerland, they fall in love, have kids, and then all of them die.
Also adds in idealized, implied consent: we must have consented to those beginnings through a constitution, a marriage contract, an employment relationship, or the like.
Novels may allow us to live vicariously in idealized societies, or they may encourage us to acquire socially beneficial traits. — “Hierarchy in the Library: Egalitarian Dynamics in Victorian Novels,” Evolutionary Psychology
As Larsen-Freeman and Cameron comment, “In order to address their goal, many lingustis have sought to represent the language system in idealized elegance, often stripped of the disorderliness of what had been called the noisy ‘remainder’ … To do so, they have had to make certain concessions that do not cohere well with the demands of applied linguistics”.
Obtaining value and creating value are only synonymous in idealized economies, not real ones.
The point of chaos theory is that deterministic predictions are not possible even in idealized situations. close window
There is one great beauty in idealized romance: reading it can make no one worse than he is, while it may help thousands to a cleaner life and higher inspiration than they ever before have known.
"Michelangelo painted idealized bodies, so the idea of idealized beauty was already there," said Anne-Florence Schmitt, editor of Madame Figaro, the newspaper's glossy woman's magazine.
My mom grew up in the suburbs in the 1950's and 1960's in a very kind of idealized Jewish community on Long Island.