Examples of mythologize in a Sentence
a politician who has been mythologized by his supporters
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While many young stars who have died from drug abuse became mythologized, stuck in an immortal fast lane, Fisher laid out the much more ragged and tedious reality of a constant struggle that millions of Americans fight.
Fans of Lynch -- and fans of the series, who have mythologized its idiosyncratic details over the last two decades -- will take in the director's vision with open arms, savoring its bizarre iconography and nonlinear storytelling.
The four monuments mythologized the Lost Cause, a war of revolt against the federal government, and a 19th-century wave of white terrorism.
Bakis’s interest in how culture mythologizes history—often erasing the bloodshed and confusion and assigning meaning where there was none before—is evident in Cleo’s inquiries into the monster dogs’ past.
Margiela’s largely predigital tenure at Hermès is much mythologized, but perhaps only half-remembered.
His father tended a large garden, while his artistic mother—a pretty blond woman of Austrian descent, whom Rhoades mythologized in his work—designed booths for county fairs and put on dress-up shows in the barn.
In an influential book explaining the theory, Allan writes that the Shang dynasty mythologized themselves as sun-kings fighting against the Xia, while the Zhou dynasty used the stories as historical precedent to justify conquering the Shang.
Nothing helps mythologize a steamy tension between Apple and Sony quite like the Vaio Premium SZ, a sub $3k notebook that looks like the 13.3-inch MacBook’s evil twin.
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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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