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Synonyms for romanticize

to regard or imbue with affected or exaggerated emotion

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interpret romantically

make romantic in style

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act in a romantic way

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As the author of The Cameo Conspiracy and a forthcoming book which will prove the innocence of Devlin and Burns, and having spent a total of 10 years researching both cases, I cannot suppress a wry grin, when I read these romanticised "accounts" of the cases, which even fail to indict the real villain - Herbert Balmer.
The FA were happy to listen to Sven Goran-Eriksson's barmy idea of having the most romanticised game in the football calendar on a Wednesday next season, but they won't have any truck with midweek replays any more.
She romanticised the old punks - Dancing With Joey Ramone is like a roll-call of the late 70s - but her subjects vary.
The Rock was (is) good, no question, but a legend only in the sense that, unless he proves a better sire than most, his performances will remain exaggerated and romanticised.
But he added: "Icons should never be romanticised or over-simplified.