Examples of mythologize in a Sentence
a politician who has been mythologized by his supporters
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Special Operations forces were being mythologized in news segments, shown carrying their rifles through the desert in imposing tactical gear.
Perhaps no story of missed opportunity is as widely mythologized as that of Xerox’s PARC research lab.
Weimar Germany is an easy era to mythologize, and Babylon Berlin isn’t coy about getting in on the mythologizing.
Her beauty-mogul origin story is well outlined in Gucci Mane’s 2017 autobiography (and also in her self-mythologizing three-part Vimeo documentary, Building the Brand).
That battle, between the Christian Serbs and the Ottoman Turks, has been highly mythologized and there are contradictory historical accounts.
Cody’s Wild West was a frontier extravaganza that mythologized America’s recent bloody history, casting white men as the heroes and Indians as the villains.
Baumbach mythologizes this corruption as upper-middle-class habit.
But like the operation itself, the film stands accused of anti-left political bias, misuse of public institutions and mythologizing deeply flawed characters.
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MYTHOLOGIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mythologize for English Language Learners
: to talk about or describe (someone or something) as a subject that deserves to be told about in a myth or legend : to make (someone or something) seem great or heroic
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