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Synonyms for idolized

regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god)

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But in all unbalanced minds the classification is idolized, passes for the end and not for a speedily exhaustible means, so that the walls of the system blend to their eye in the remote horizon with the walls of the universe; the luminaries of heaven seem to them hung on the arch their master built.
Experts stressed used of idolized salt can help in prevention of many diseases caused by the deficiency of Iodine in body in under developed areas.
1): frustration he experienced with pastoral agents who idolized the poor, leading him to question how the poor might be allowed to be iconic without their being idolized.
Amnon Shamosh by Releasing idolized Palestinian leader will pave the way for a two-state solution that will save us from ruin According to my understanding of the changing Middle East, the only person who can be elected enthusiastically by both segments of the Palestinian nation and be a real partner for peace is Marwan Barghhouti.
Idolized links American fixation with identity markers to the increasing global reach of politics, commerce, and technology.
London, May 29( ANI ): Robin Van Persie's mother has advised him to stay at Arsenal, as he is idolized by club fans, and is a hero to them.
Leaving destruction in its wake, the gang is idolized in the media but seals its own fate in a climactic hail of bullets.
Paul Thrussel, a former principal dancer with Boston Ballet who trained at the Royal Ballet School and now dances with Ballet Gamonet Maximum Dance in Florida, idolized Rudolph Nureyev.
This coming-of-age story features realistic and often humorous dialogue, and an honest look at a boy's relationship with the father he once idolized who he is now getting to know as a person.
Like Malcolm X, a man he idolized, Eldridge Cleaver experienced a number of incarnations.
Standing before him, actually shaking his hand and talking to him, was Omar Vizquel, the seven-time Gold Glove shortstop for the Cleveland Indians and the fellow Venezuelan Izturis idolized while growing up.
He took second in a 200-meter freestyle relay at the World Championships in Perth, Australia, that same year, where his desire to succeed was strengthened by competing alongside those he idolized.
Like All about Eve before it, Being Julia is the story of a stage legend who is idolized by a younger man, who instead of flattering the star into betting her guard down, seduces her.
In the 1980s, Lee Iacocca was so idolized for his exhumation of the cadaverous Chrysler Corp.
I didn't worship Mick Jagger, Joan Baez, or Wavy Gravy; no, I idolized Bernadine Dohrn, Abbie Hoffman, Paul Krassner, Jim Fouratt, and Kathy Boudine.