Definitions

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  • adjective Not idealized.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ idealized

Examples

  • Altman's dark, ironic tale is more mood piece than classic western, painting an unidealized portrait of our country's expansion.

    John Farr: Remembering Robert Altman

  • As a reporter confronting degradation and atrocity, his forthright, unidealized self-presentation is alien to the school of writer-adventurers to which he belongs.

    Postmodernism

  • All four men were members of "The Eight," who painted scenes of urban life in the unidealized, brushy style that became known as the Ashcan School, which Whitney championed.

    Gertrude Whitney's Gambit

  • It is a little-studied and surprisingly conventional work from an artist whose unsparing, and often erotic, paintings of female nudes shaped so much of his outré reputation and the also subject of the unidealized nude in modern art.

    The Rise and Fall of a Master

  • Altman's dark, ironic tale is more mood piece than classic western, painting an unidealized portrait of our country's expansion.

    John Farr: Remembering Robert Altman

  • A story of friendship born of desperation in Manhattan's grimy underbelly, "Cowboy" was at the vanguard of a new kind of Hollywood movie - gritty, complex, unidealized.

    John Farr: The Graduate Turns 73: Dustin Hoffman's Top Ten Movies

  • The unidealized version of the story is told by the journalist and blogger Huang Zhangjin, who was born in Xinjiang: When the first group of female soldiers arrived, it was as if there was a whole pack of wolves fighting over scraps of meat.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • The unidealized version of the story is told by the journalist and blogger Huang Zhangjin, who was born in Xinjiang: When the first group of female soldiers arrived, it was as if there was a whole pack of wolves fighting over scraps of meat.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • A story of friendship born of desperation in Manhattan's grimy underbelly, "Cowboy" was at the vanguard of a new kind of Hollywood movie - gritty, complex, unidealized.

    John Farr: The Graduate Turns 73: Dustin Hoffman's Top Ten Movies

  • Robert Altman's dark, ironic tale is more mood piece than classic western, painting an unidealized portrait of our country's expansion.

    John Farr: Missing The Mark On Warren Beatty

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