idolize


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to regard with great awe and devotion

Synonyms for idolize

love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess

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Fellow Idolize member, Colin Baker, 21, who was also in the car, suffered minor injuries.
Children idolize athletes and aspire to be like their heroes.
The art world dotes on young women, ignores them when they're middle-aged, sometimes idolizes them when they're old.
Since we currently have a President who idolizes John Kennedy and mimics him in more ways than one, we might do well to consider what residue these ceaseless tributes leave behind.
She is a Goth and a vegan who idolizes Purge and is disgusted with Leo's interest in money and Republicans.
It doesn't make much sense either that Alfie Byrne, the main character of A Man of No Importance (played by Roger Rees), idolizes Oscar Wilde, puts on his plays with an amateur company, and reads his poems aloud on the bus yet seems oblivious to Wilde's reputation as the foremost champion of "the love that dare not speak its name.
If, on the other hand, postmodernism is an entropic apocalypse in which each mode of art idolizes itself even as it combines with other modes to form a kind of Frankenstein monster, then whether the creature comes to life depends on the artist's ability to insinuate his or her own life into it.