romanticise


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interpret romantically

make romantic in style

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But before we start to romanticise too much and welcome any new powers that communities might receive to dictate what goes on in their districts, we should remember one important point.
Here is a very cynical attempt to romanticise and glorify these idiots who go around carrying guns and knives,'' he told BBC Radio Four's Today programme.
This serves to humanise and even romanticise the often dreary business of ferry travel As with bus travel, going by boat is often considered a second-rate alternative.
Arts Minister Kim Howells yesterday renewed his attack on rap lyrics which glorify violence, branding record companies 'cynical' for profiting out of songs which romanticise guns and drugs.
ARTS Minister Kim Howells renewed his attack yesterday on rap lyrics which glorify violence, branding record companies 'cynical' for making profit out of songs which romanticise guns and drugs.
It seems from his publications and broadcasts that Dr Chinn romanticises the past, when nothing untoward ever happened.