from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The worship of idols.
- noun A false or misleading notion; fallacy. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete The worship of idols.
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- noun obsolete The
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To her he was everything that was fine and manly and courageous; it was the idolism of a child.
Luyt said in a statement that ministers 'and senior ANC officials' very public display of support and idolism of Tony
Yet another idolism has come to an end - another major piece that shapes who i am and my childhood has finished.
Through the art there was commentary about rock and violence, the empowerment of women musicians and our idolism for rock gods.
Kate, however, has changing opinions of Richard, which helps the reader to discern the nuances and flaws the Raphael's shining idolism cannot detect.
The Old Testament is littered with examples of idolism in which worshippers projected their gods to be goddesses too.
I really don’t like the Edward “idolism” Bella has nor the negitive put downs she constantly says about herself.
It’s superhumans from a totally human perspective, stories told with the combination of awe, fear, and idolism that you’d expect if we really saw superheroes every day.
From what I’m reading on the subject, Koran doesn’t forbid the images, it forbids worship of those images (to prevent idolism)
Go meet someone with real flesh and blood. oh my ... gordon brown??? ok anywayyyyyy i think it's cool to have like a famous person crush or whatever, i mean there are like 56198191416515198 girls and probably guys in the world that are OBSESSED with a celeb. for example robert pattinson! you should see MY room, but it's really not that bad, it's not love just a mere idolism, and it's perfectly normal, you'll get over him soon Mostly this 'relationship' is because you continue the 'conversations in your head or with yourself'.