idolize : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol
Many teenagers idolized the Beatles
- Von Trier professes to idolize Leth's 1967 short The Perfect Human, an elegant, mock-anthropological treatise on man's imperfectability.
- Most of those who idolize the incendiary guerrilla with the star on his beret were born long after his demise and have only the sketchiest knowledge of his goals or his life.
- Lilange12U asks: Kareem, my 7th graders often idolize gangsta rappers and strive to be like them.
- Billy Ray Cyrus in Huffington Post (blog)
It's great that she has someone like Dolly to idolize, 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."
- Adrian Wilson in Edmonton Sun
I really idolize the way that he plays on the field,said Wilson of Polamalu. "I think he stands out more than any of the other safeties who are playing. He really gets a tremendous amount of my respect and he really deserves a great deal...
- Paula Creamer in CNN International
That was such a clutch putt at 18. That's why I idolize her,Creamer said. "I look so much up to her. We're so competitive."