idolisation


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Noun1.idolisation - the act of admiring stronglyidolisation - the act of admiring strongly  
admiration, appreciation - a favorable judgment; "a small token in admiration of your works"
glorification - the act of glorifying (as in worship); "the glorification of God"
2.idolisation - the act of worshiping blindly and to excess
worship - the activity of worshipping
bardolatry - the idolization of William Shakespeare
Translations
Abgötterei
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North Korea's absolute leadership will crumble if the idolisation of leader Kim breaks down," Park said.
Social media can create an acceptance and idolisation by 'everyone' no matter what the cost to a bank account or soul.
The idolisation of film heroes that treat women like commodities to be ruled.
The display on the Doha corniche, removed less than a month later following an outcry by conservatives who slammed the art work as anti-Islam idolisation, came as Qatar prepares to host the 2022 World Cup.
The display on the Doha corniche, removed less than a month later following an outcry by conservatives who slammed the art work as idolisation, came as Qatar prepares to host the 2022 World Cup.
18659: Sick and tired of hearing the blinkered idolisation of Mandela particularly on the BBC.
Curiously, in the course of his piece Watt does not mention Vasari but on a number of occasions he references someone who, pace Alasdair Palmer, could be said more than anybody else to have influenced our present idolisation of Tuscan Renaissance art: Bernard Berenson.
Inspiring idolisation by their fans, their popularity has grown in accordance with their own 32-year trajectory; from young synthpop band to international stadium stars.
This as well as the allegedly connected danger of idolisation of the represented has to be avoided.
He made no secrets of his idolisation of Elvis in his early days - complete with the shaking hips and curled lip.
Fizzing with energy and enthusiasm, Michele (who started her career as a child actress in Broadway theatre productions of Les Miserables, Fiddler On The Roof and Spring Awakening) says she shares her character's idolisation of Barbra Streisand and the stage.
It wasn't as if I didn't want Kenny Dalglish to reclaim the manager's job; I just wasn't sure whether this Kenny would be the same one who laid claim to my eternal idolisation as a player and manager between 1977 and 1991.