1. Idolises synonyms, Idolises pronunciation, Idolises translation, English dictionary definition of Idolises
2. Idolises definitions Third-person singular simple present indicative form of idolise.
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6. Twelve-year-old Maddy (Kirsten Stewart) Idolises her cool dad (Sam Robards), so when he needs urgent medical attention she decides to rob the bank where her mum works as chief security advisor to pay for it
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10. idolise (third-person singular simple present Idolises, present participle idolising, simple past and past participle idolised) Non- Oxford British English standard spelling of idolize.
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11. Leeds United have reportedly made it clear to Derby County that they are interested in raiding the Rams for England youth international Louie Sibley – despite the player once claiming he Idolises a Manchester United legend
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12. ‘This year's group includes a single mum who loves Beyonce, a rocker who Idolises Pink, and a handyman who bears a resemblance to first series runner-up Shannon Noll.’ ‘Doug loved watching James Bond movies and idolised the bad guys, always plotting and scheming to become one himself, ‘only successful’ was his idea.’
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13. Mbappe Idolises Ronaldo and would love to join Real Madrid, claims former PSG team-mate Jese
14. 'Everyone in the academy Idolises Mason and Rashford' - Shoretire aiming to emulate homegrown stars after 'dream' Man Utd debut
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16. Starring Parminder K Nagra and Keira Knightley, it follows an Asian girl who Idolises David Beckham and dreams of becoming a professional player
17. Sergio Aguero’s son Idolises Jamie Vardy despite being surrounded by football royalty Paul Conolly
18. Tottenham and Leeds-linked on-fire striker Idolises Luis Suarez
19. ‘Arundhati Roy Idolises criminals like Ranga-Billa’: Uma Bharti hits out, Congress joins ‘I am ashamed that I have to take the name of such woman who Idolises people like Ranga and Billa
20. Linked with Chelsea Compared to Kroos Idolises Iniesta Remember the name 朗
21. Jann-Fiete Arp: German prodigy who turned down Chelsea and Idolises Harry Kane By Archie Rhind-Tutt European football writer Last updated on 20 November 2017 20 November 2017 .
22. Man behind extortion, death threats to Rajasthan BJP leader Idolises Dawood
23. Lance Armstrong: America Idolises, glorifies and worships George Hincapie In the second part of the ESPN’s documentary ‘LANCE’, Armstrong spoke about Ivan Basso, Erik Zabel and other former dopers who were welcomed back to the sport after serving their suspensions
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24. TMW: Primavera star Idolises Kaka and rejected Barcelona and Juventus for Milan – Pioli taking note By Oliver Fisher - 18 February 2021, 18:34
25. Vijayendra Kumeria on why he Idolises Amitabh Bachchan Updated : Mar 13, 2021, 18:37 IST The actor feels he is extremely professional and that's why continues to get good projects
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26. Hitting out at Arundhati Roy over her Ranga-Billa remark, Uma Bharti said Ranga-Billa were two hardcore criminals who made the headlines because of the brutal rape-murder of a young girl and her brother, and the author Idolises them.
27. Report: Liverpool want prospect who Idolises Kane and Lewandowski, 'gentleman's agreement' said to be in place
28. Duterte, who openly Idolises Marcos and claims close ties to his family, skipped Sunday’s commemoration as he did last year, leaving only a media statement calling for “unity and solidarity”.
29. ‘Everyone in the academy Idolises Mason and Rashford’ – Shoretire aiming to emulate homegrown stars after ‘dream’ Man Utd debut
30. IPL 2019: Bumrah Idolises Malinga, says Zaheer Khan (Photo Credit: Mumbai Indians/Twitter) Mumbai Indians would be hunting for their record fourth IPL title as they gear up to kickstart the 12 th edition of the Indian Premier League against a revamped Delhi Capitals side at the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday.
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31. Report: Everton see bid rejected for £39,000-a-week international who Idolises Cristiano Ronaldo tbrfootball.com - Lee Clarke
32. Nicki Minaj Idolises Beyonce Knowles; John Mayer happy he is not a huge star anymore; Perrie Edwards wants to be alone on Christmas; TJ Jackson: Michael Jackson was the greatest father
1. idolize - love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol; "Many teenagers idolized the Beatles". hero-worship, idolise, revere, worship. adore - love intensely; "he just adored his wife".
But you idolize the Continent, and despise your own country. They are to learn that pleasure, which they idolize, must now and then be quitted in order to be regained. We must not idolize the faculty of thought nor forget its divine nature. You set up an inference and idolize it as an immortal truth.
1. to regard with adoration or devotion. 2. to worship as a god. 3. to practice idolatry. i`dol•i•za′tion, n. i′dol•iz`er, n. Random House Kernerman Webster's College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. 1.
idolism. the belief in or worship of idols. — idolatry, idolist, n. — idolatrous, adj. See also: Religion. -Ologies & -Isms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.