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  • n. Plural form of mythologizer.

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Examples

  • Later mythologizers would try to legitimize the family's regal pretensions by claiming descent from the Banquo of Shakespeare's "Macbeth"—which was nonsense, as Mr. Massie explains: The name "Stewart," as it was rendered before Mary Stuart adopted the French spelling, indicated the family's original status, as stewards of the royal revenues.

    Servants To Masters

  • Although the mythologizers might disagree, a Reaganesque approach to social issues would be similarly nuanced.

    What Would Reagan Really Do?

  • Today, Reagan's mythologizers cite these failures as evidence that a contemporary Reagan would focus solely on border security while opposing any pathways to citizenship.

    What Would Reagan Really Do?

  • Maybe I'll Pitch Forever by Satchel Paige: Baseball's greatest pitcher was also one of its greatest storytellers and self-mythologizers.

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  • It is the liberal mythologizers of the 1988 election who have treated Horton as if his race, not his crimes, were the salient fact about him -- as if Americans thought he should have been kept in prison because he was black, not because he was a vicious and dangerous thug who had been duly convicted of a heinous felony.

    A Nut in Search of a Squirrel

  • Novelist Natalie Danford comes from "a family of great mythologizers."

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  • Thanks for pointing out just how successful the mythologizers have been to date.

    Calling Carter on His Claims

  • When Time Inc. merged with Warner Bros. in 1989, the great mythologizers of the media merged with the mythmakers.

    Gerald Levin Grabs the Moment

  • Bult - mann, Tillich, and other de-mythologizers of the New

    MYTH IN BIBLICAL TIMES

  • In an industry filled with self-mythologizers and braggarts, he's the genuine article.

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