idolised : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol
- s regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god)
News & Articles
- Soccer-Aston Villa make fifth signing as Luna joins
June 20 (Reuters) - Aston Villa made their fifth signing of the European summer on Thursday when they recruited Spanish left back Antonio Luna from Sevilla. Luna, 22, who as a boy idolised Brazilian Roberto Carlos, agreed a three-year contract with the Birmingham club which escaped relegation last season thanks to a late surge in form, finishing 15th. He was an Under-20 international player. ...
June 20, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Sports
- Jason Krejza in Ninemsn
Mark was my hero growing up and he bowled medium pacers when he was in his younger years and then turned to off spin and I idolised him so thought I'd give it a go and it turned out well,said Krejza, 25. "I used to be a fast bowler when I...
- Darren Lehmann in CricInfo.com
Rod, as a player, was one of the guys I loved and idolised,Lehmann said. "His views and I differ on the way to manage cricket teams and that's probably all I'd like to say on that one."
- Cheryl Cole in The Sun
And Cheryl added: "She's someone I idolised growing up and I wanted to be like her." "She was amazing and had the whole package." "It's such a shame. I just want to hug her." "I've said that she can come to my house and I'll...