The Romany Rest was one of the prettiest conceits, and though an idealised gypsy encampment, it proved a very popular attraction.
It resembled the porter, but idealised the porter to the hero.
Shelley said of Epipsychidion that it was “an idealised history of his life and feelings.”
Fifteen pounds for Miss Maskelyne's prize bull-dog (I idealised him).
I shall; only idealised by death, dignified, weird, washed by the sad sea.
The moral "ought" is an idealised form of the primitive tribal "must."
You cannot expect young men of spirit to take to farming until it has been idealised.
He may have idealised them, but they remain as they were made.
Poetry is either the idealised Real, the realistic Ideal, or the Ideal pure and simple.
The so idealised and belauded "home industries" are still savage.