idealize美 [aɪzd] 英 [aɪ'diəl]
to think of or represent somebody or something as being perfect, ignoring any imperfections that exist or may exist in reality
to form ideals in the mind
to believe or suggest that someone or something is perfect or better than they really are
We do not have to live in an idealized world to still reach for those ideals that will make it a better place.
The idealized title family in this book experiences nothing but unending glee, without the slightest hint of normal conflict or aggression.
Beginning to see when they feel the MaoAnYing played a little bit too naive melt, the idealized.
However, he chooses the idealized science as the way for England after his attempts on religion and socialism turn out to be a failure.
And glamour is all about transcending this world and getting to an idealized, perfect place.
Idealized research methods, as the name suggests, is the ideal state of a kind of historical research methods.
His Indians, however, idealized his account of them, were fascinating figures, to Europeans perhaps even more than to Americans.
This child had not only grown, she had become idealized.
Finally, again in the rapid development of productive forces, social systems highly idealized society tends to die out.
Be wary of your desire to pursue an idealized woman, maybe even an ex (idealized again, after an absence).