verb (used with object), ro·man·ti·cized, ro·man·ti·ciz·ing.
verb (used without object), ro·man·ti·cized, ro·man·ti·ciz·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM romanticizero·man·ti·ci·za·tion, nouno·ver·ro·man·ti·cize, verb, o·ver·ro·man·ti·cized, o·ver·ro·man·ti·ciz·ing.un·ro·man·ti·cized, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for romanticize
The power of that romanticized story has persisted—though it’s starting to show cracks.400 Years After the Mayflower Set Sail, a New Exhibit Acknowledges the U.K.'s Impact on Native American Communities|Suyin Haynes|September 16, 2020|Time
But I am afraid people will romanticize what Robin went through.Mara Wilson Remembers Robin Williams: We're All His Goddamn Kids|Mara Wilson|August 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“I was trying to romanticize IDF and Israel,” Beyo told The Daily Beast.A New Facebook Page Dedicated to the IDF Is Being Flooded With Sexy Selfies|Tim Mak|July 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I write this with some trepidation, not wanting to further romanticize pregnancy and babies.
Ah, well, if we must romanticize something, it had best be the past.The Crow's Nest|Clarence Day, Jr.