idolized : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol
Many teenagers idolized the Beatles
- s regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god)
an idolized wife
- The British soccer star, now playing his club game for Real Madrid, is idolized by men for his athletic prowess and by women for his devilish good looks.
- Like Lenny Bruce whom he idolized and who helped him get his first agent Carlin saw the stand-up comic as a social commentator, rebel and truth teller.
- But he is especially idolized by impoverished Filipinos, to whom he is still Bata, or "the kid," and the embodiment of their aspirations.
News & Articles
- O'Neal always admired Hodson
As an NBA champion and one of the greatest to ever play the game, Shaquille O'Neal is idolized by millions around the around.
July 1, 2013 - The Daily Comet
- Beyonce Admits That She Does Not Like Her Own Voice
Beyonce may be idolized by many, and folks flock to her concerts just to listen to her amazing voice. But, would you believe that the American Idol guest star is not a fan of her own voice? That’s right, Beyonce actually admitted recently that she does not like the sound of her own voice! How [...]
June 29, 2013 - Reality TV Magazine
- Chipper in awe of honors bestowed by Braves
Chipper Jones has had time to gain a better understanding of all that he accomplished during a storied playing career that concluded last year. His achievements have placed him in a category reserved for the greatest of greats and earned him the unique honor of drawing praise from the legends he idolized during his youth.
June 29, 2013 - Major League Baseball
- Woody Allen in International Herald Tribune
The other possibility, and this is the only other thing I can think of, is when I was younger, a young man, the films that I idolized were all the foreign films. I used to see them over and over and over,Allen said. "So when I started...
- Rob Mackowiak in USA Today
I'm extremely disappointed,Mackowiak said before the White Sox played the Yankees in New York. "It hurts to go from the team you grew up watching and idolized as a kid."
- Whitey Ford in SI.com
I got on the mound and I looked out at center field and I couldn't get over that this man I idolized was the center fielder,said Ford, adding that Boston got seven runs off him in the first few innings.