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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of idolise.

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Examples

  • Much as Lauper idolises the original generation of blues shouters, she now enjoys the status of an elder stateswoman herself.

    Cyndi Lauper: rhapsody in blues

  • This enjoyable horror is also very much a tribute or open love-letter to Don Quixote de la Mancha, with whom Donald both idolises and identifies, although the dream encounters also bring to mind Gulliver's meetings with the Brobdingnagians and Lilliputians.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • He dreams of being a trucker and idolises the likes of William McInnes and Ben Mendelsohn, fellow truckers who stop by the repair station he works at.

    Review: Prime Mover

  • This enjoyable horror is also very much a tribute or open love-letter to Don Quixote de la Mancha, with whom Donald both idolises and identifies, although the dream encounters also bring to mind Gulliver's meetings with the Brobdingnagians and Lilliputians.

    Hell's Other Kitchen

  • And the result is she idolises him, as she could not help doing.

    John Gabriel Borkman

  • This is a regime that evidently idolises martyrs and death and believes Allah supports their cause.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • And the result is she idolises him, as she could not help doing.

    John Gabriel Borkman

  • But there is another country that idolises this basic mixture as much as Italians do, which came to be due to love and homesickness.

    At My Table

  • But there is another country that idolises this basic mixture as much as Italians do, which came to be due to love and homesickness.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • As an undergraduate he idolises the string theory gangsters in the US and eagerly studies every page of GSW, Vols.

    The String Kings

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