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

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Examples

  • Writers take our deepest cultural fears – which change with each generation – and deconstructs them, demythologizes them, and then re-mythologizes them into new expressions.

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  • Writers take our deepest cultural fears – which change with each generation – and deconstructs them, demythologizes them, and then re-mythologizes them into new expressions.

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  • The novel's concise, funny prose mythologizes the Jewish Montreal of the postwar era - smoked meat delicatessen sandwiches, gambling garment workers, and local gangsters like the Boy Wonder, who my father swore was based on a relative of ours.

    An 'Apprenticeship' In First-Generation Chutzpah

  • The analysis is often laced with antiurban sentiment and occasionally mythologizes rural America as the dime novels did the Wild West.

    MY EMPIRE OF DIRT

  • The analysis is often laced with antiurban sentiment and occasionally mythologizes rural America as the dime novels did the Wild West.

    MY EMPIRE OF DIRT

  • The analysis is often laced with antiurban sentiment and occasionally mythologizes rural America as the dime novels did the Wild West.

    MY EMPIRE OF DIRT

  • Edited on the fly, "Hard Knocks" is less a documentary than it is a tone poem it emotes and mythologizes, sometimes too enthusiastically, as it did when Mr. Schreiber intoned that the holdout of cornerback Darrelle Revis was "the biggest story of the NFL preseason."

    The Year the Jets Tackled Television

  • The analysis is often laced with antiurban sentiment and occasionally mythologizes rural America as the dime novels did the Wild West.

    MY EMPIRE OF DIRT

  • Rather than feel bad, if she and her friends are going to feel sorry, for her uncle the psychiatrist or her sister the writer who have bipolar — her bipolar sister who writes — she mythologizes her kinship to them — whatever that is, she says.

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  • The result is a highly individualistic culture, one that constantly mythologizes outlaws (Jesse James, Vito Corleone), self-appointed vigilantes (Dirty Harry, Spiderman), and the freelance rebel who climbs onto a motorcycle and goes on the road or onto his raft and head down the Mississippi.

    Jamie Malanowski: Bringing Freedom to Great Britain

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