[ US /ˈaɪdəˌɫaɪzd/ ]
  1. regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god)
    an idolized wife
    adored grandchildren
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How To Use idolized In A Sentence

  • Those had been the years when she idolized her mother, and the Queen Aurora could commit no crime in her daughter's innocent eyes.
  • Yesterday idolized , today hated and spit upon, tomorrow forgotten, and the day after tomorrow promoted to Sainthood.
  • She was a keen music fan who loved pop music and idolised Justin Timberlake.
  • The film is narrated collectively by a group of neighborhood boys, now older, who idolized and idealized the five girls.
  • We idolized guys like Magic and Larry, trying to be like them in our backyard.
  • Naomi idolised her father as she was growing up.
  • In the late seventies, when Ian was starting out as a pro, he idolized Watson.
  • The family was forced to move, and Yeats sent Lady Gregory a few choice words about his idolized beloved.
  • We’ve had to negotiate treacherous waters to establish a pedagogically progressive seminary in a nation (and church) where traditionalism is often idolized. The Next Generation of Global leaders
  • In my early teens my friends and I simply adored and idolised the fabulous 1958 Bolton Wanderers FA Cup winning team, of which Ray was inside left.
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