Origin of mythologize
OTHER WORDS FROM mythologizemy·thol·o·gi·za·tion, nounmy·thol·o·giz·er, noun
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How to use mythologize in a sentence
Our penchant for mythologizing canine companions may be just as ancient as our relationship with them, so d’Huy is turning to these stories in a bid to shed more light on the history of dog domestication.How mythology could help demystify dog domestication|Elyse DeFranco|September 7, 2022|Science News
Yet, for as pathbreaking as “Hamilton” was, it presents a fairly stodgy take on the Founders, one that mythologizes them and especially glosses over their relationship to slavery.’1776’ — not ‘Hamilton’ — is the musical that best portrays the Founders|Zachary Clary|July 1, 2021|Washington Post
He began to mythologize about it on account of the grand elements of welfare, risk, and skill which were in it.
Perhaps; but, as in the days of Plato, we must needs mythologize when we come to deal with the other life.Tragic Sense Of Life|Miguel de Unamuno
No progress of science can wholly eradicate this tendency to mythologize.The Criminal Prosecution and Capital Punishment of Animals|Edmund P. Evans
They always reveal the invincible tendency of the masses to mythologize.
If, since we are discussing a metaphysical issue,431 we must mythologize, we might call it the "will to self-expression."Creative Intelligence|John Dewey, Addison W. Moore, Harold Chapman Brown, George H. Mead, Boyd H. Bode, Henry Waldgrave, Stuart James, Hayden Tufts, Horace M. Kallen