idolise idolise


  • (v) love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol


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    Warning: This FIFA 14 Team of the Week edition features a frightening amount of talent. It could be an extremely expensive week if you idolise the skills of Zlatan Ibrahimovic , Mesut Ozil and Eden Hazard. Backing up this trio of superstars is Wesley Sneijder , Giuseppe Rossi and Miralem Pjanic , as tweeted by EA Sports' official FIFA account: This week's in-form releases are available now and ...
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  1. "It's great that she has someone like Dolly to idolise, someone to look up to," said Billy Ray in a recent phone interview. "Having that type of influence in her life, it's so amazing and so special."
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Billy Ray Cyrus Source: News24

  2. "Knowing I'll never have another baby is heartbreaking," Jade told the Mirror. "I'ma young woman and I've got two boys who I idolise but I would have loved a little girl." "I'd always felt there was a girl inside me desperately wanting...
    on Jan 11, 2009 By: Jade Goody Source:

  3. Jon said: "I look at Mick Jagger, who I idolise, performing, and he still looks good, not just for a 64-year-old but as a performer. We're musicians, it's what we're built to do, and while we still sound good, then why not?"
    on Jan 3, 2008 By: Jon Bon Jovi Source:

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