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  • verb Present participle of mythologize.

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Examples

  • Now as you might expect from the denialist industry, this kind of mythologizing is a total inversion of reality, like confusing the Arctic with the Antarctic.

    David Horton: You're no Galileo

  • The latter kind of mythologizing, which has affinities with the expression of an intellectual message by a work of art, is occasionally and with great effect employed by Plato, for example in the tenth book of the Republic.

    NECESSITY

  • Now as you might expect from the denialist industry, this kind of mythologizing is a total inversion of reality, like confusing the Arctic with the Antarctic.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • It would be easy for the music collected here to fall short of the expectations created by this kind of mythologizing, but unlike a lot of other "outsider" releases, these records are as listenable as they are strange.

    All articles at Blogcritics

  • The task of the writer is nothing short of humanizing gods and mythologizing men—in essence, synthesizing what we perceive as opposites.

    In Fiction, Opposites Attract

  • It took Huxley a full two decades to respond to his friend's adjustment of his term agnostic, but when he did respond he tried to put Spencer right on at least one key point about the risks of mythologizing the unknowable, of turning it into a kind of negative Absolute.

    Christopher Lane: Debates About Agnosticism Are As Old As The Concept Itself

  • Quetzal is sadly one of those noteworthy deaths of a young person in Mexico City, a death that as time goes on also becomes subject to rumor and mythologizing.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • It took Huxley a full two decades to respond to his friend's adjustment of his term agnostic, but when he did respond he tried to put Spencer right on at least one key point about the risks of mythologizing the unknowable, of turning it into a kind of negative Absolute.

    Christopher Lane: Debates About Agnosticism Are As Old As The Concept Itself

  • I experienced this myself in a very personal way when I found myself mythologizing my ex-fiancée’s diamond as some kind of symbol of what the relationship had been and would never be again.

    A Conversation with Tom Zoellner, author of The Heartless Stone

  • It has a quality to it that is mythologizing and and yet also real that I think you might enjoy.

    Mister Pip « Tales from the Reading Room

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