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Definitions for romanticize
roʊˈmæn təˌsaɪzro·man·ti·cize

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. romanticize, romanticise, glamorize, glamouriseverb

    interpret romantically

    "Don't romanticize this uninteresting and hard work!"

  2. romanticize, romanticiseverb

    make romantic in style

    "The designer romanticized the little black dress"

  3. romanticizeverb

    act in a romantic way

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  1. romanticizeverb

    To make something romantic or to view something in a romantic manner

  2. romanticizeverb

    To think or act in a romantic manner

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of romanticize in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of romanticize in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of romanticize in a Sentence

  1. Charles McCarry:

    I was never in the bureaucracy, always in the theater, ive consciously tried not to romanticize anything, especially not intelligence work. Ive always said that Ive been writing a series of episodic, naturalistic novels. The people just happen to be spies, politicians, civil servants. If pediatricians lived lives in which the manipulation of emotions were the tools of the trade, I probably would have written about them.

  2. Kampei Shimoide:

    Our project is in no way whatsoever being undertaken in an attempt to glorify, romanticize or otherwise rationalize the historical legacy of (the pilots).

  3. Taya Kyle:

    I don't need to romanticize Chris because our reality is messy, passionate, full of every extreme emotion known to man, including fear, compassion, anger and pain.

  4. Stephanie Fryberg:

    When you romanticize us, you don’t take us seriously ... it’s like seeing us through some Disney ‘Pocahontas’-type representation. We are real people.

  5. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    I sometimes wonder that life can probably be compared best to a Rose Garden. Some writers like to do so in their efforts to romanticize life. Often as we walk through the rose garden, we become refreshed and rejuvenated by the warm, pleasant and sensuous breeze that carries captivating exquisite fragrance of beautiful roses. Life seems so remarkably wonderful at that very moment. Then on some occasions as we walk through the same rose garden, the sight of dried rose bushes with wilted flowers, dried rose petals and heaps of dead leaves all around saddens us deep inside. The cold callous currents of strong wind make us shiver, with the shocking harsh reality about the uncertainty of life. Oh, life can be so awesome and beautiful at times, and yet so cold and cruel on occasions. Such is the duality of life that reverberates and resonates in sync with the Rose Garden!

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