OTHER WORDS FROM lionizeli·on·i·za·tion, nounli·on·iz·er, nounli·on·ized, adjectiveun·li·on·ized, adjective
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While Musk was being lionized, Gebru was dealing with humiliation and harassment.Inside the fight to reclaim AI from Big Tech’s control|Karen Hao|June 14, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Official versions of the state’s history and popular culture instead lionized the Texas Rangers, the paramilitary police force that used deadly violence and intimidation to subordinate people of color.The bright side of a bad Texas history bill? It’s too late to whitewash the past.|John González, Benjamin Johnson|June 4, 2021|Washington Post
Chauvin was lionized in some quarters and, even as Floyd lay in his grave, defense attorneys put the victim on trial.Derek Chauvin’s Guilty and So Is the Whole Damn System|Goldie Taylor|April 20, 2021|The Daily Beast
It’s just one more example of the way so-called “blank check companies” are revolutionizing industries, although some wonder if such financial maneuvers are ignoring actual value by lionizing business leaders and selling tulips to the foolish.
As we lionize folks, we just really need to take a harder look at what they actually stand for and who they actually are.Andrew Cuomo Was a 'Resistance' Icon. Now There's 'Blood in the Water'|Charlotte Alter|March 2, 2021|Time
Conservatives may lionize Edward Snowden now, says Michael Tomasky, but ultimately his actions are going to tear apart the GOP.
Libertarians worship Milton Friedman, and liberals lionize John Maynard Keynes.Nicholas Wapshott: A Lovefest Between Milton Friedman and J.M. Keynes|Nicholas Wapshott|July 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST