How Do You Spell IDEALISED?

Correct spelling for the English word "idealised" is [aɪ_d_ˈiə_l_aɪ_z_d], [a͡ɪdˈi͡əla͡ɪzd], [a‍ɪdˈi‍əla‍ɪzd]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Usage Examples for IDEALISED

  1. The gods of Homer are indeed full of individual character but we have seen how in the fifth century though the greatest sculptors declared it was the gods of Homer that they represented these representations were idealised and raised above those human touches in which the individuality is most conspicuous - "Religion and Art in Ancient Greece" by Ernest Arthur Gardner
  2. I had seen the name a thousand times in print the poets had idealised it and the novelists had embalmed it in tender phrases - "Arms and the Woman" by Harold MacGrath
  3. From the heavy brick porch they looked across the superb river to the raw and incoherent ugliness of the city idealised into dreamy beauty by the atmosphere and the soft background of purple hills behind - "Democracy An American Novel" by Henry Adams
  4. To her father alone since he saw in her something he had lost but was now recovering something he therefore idealised seeing in perfected form what was actually but a germ still to her father she expressed a little of that higher carelessness or wisdom that he had touched in boyhood and now yearningly desired again - "The Promise of Air" by Algernon Blackwood
  5. It must be accepted as an artistic compromise and not as the idealised picture of any life that has ever been realised in the world - "The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age: Virgil" by W. Y. Sellar