verb (used with object), i·de·al·ized, i·de·al·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), i·de·al·ized, i·de·al·iz·ing.
to represent something in an ideal form.
Also especially British, i·de·al·ise.
Origin of idealize
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Yet was he a lineal descendant of Gurth, the swineherd, Gurth, uncouth and unidealized.The Revellers
to consider or represent (something) as ideal
(tr) to portray as ideal; glorify
(intr) to form an ideal or ideals
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