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idolise


Past participle: idolised
Gerund: idolising

Imperative
idolise
idolise
Present
I idolise
you idolise
he/she/it idolises
we idolise
you idolise
they idolise
Preterite
I idolised
you idolised
he/she/it idolised
we idolised
you idolised
they idolised
Present Continuous
I am idolising
you are idolising
he/she/it is idolising
we are idolising
you are idolising
they are idolising
Present Perfect
I have idolised
you have idolised
he/she/it has idolised
we have idolised
you have idolised
they have idolised
Past Continuous
I was idolising
you were idolising
he/she/it was idolising
we were idolising
you were idolising
they were idolising
Past Perfect
I had idolised
you had idolised
he/she/it had idolised
we had idolised
you had idolised
they had idolised
Future
I will idolise
you will idolise
he/she/it will idolise
we will idolise
you will idolise
they will idolise
Future Perfect
I will have idolised
you will have idolised
he/she/it will have idolised
we will have idolised
you will have idolised
they will have idolised
Future Continuous
I will be idolising
you will be idolising
he/she/it will be idolising
we will be idolising
you will be idolising
they will be idolising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been idolising
you have been idolising
he/she/it has been idolising
we have been idolising
you have been idolising
they have been idolising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been idolising
you will have been idolising
he/she/it will have been idolising
we will have been idolising
you will have been idolising
they will have been idolising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been idolising
you had been idolising
he/she/it had been idolising
we had been idolising
you had been idolising
they had been idolising
Conditional
I would idolise
you would idolise
he/she/it would idolise
we would idolise
you would idolise
they would idolise
Past Conditional
I would have idolised
you would have idolised
he/she/it would have idolised
we would have idolised
you would have idolised
they would have idolised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.idolise - love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol; "Many teenagers idolized the Beatles"
adore - love intensely; "he just adored his wife"
drool over, slobber over - envy without restraint
Translations
يُحِبُّ حتّى العِبادَه
dá, dÿrka

idol

(ˈaidl) noun
1. an image of a god, which is worshipped. The tribesmen bowed down before their idol.
2. a greatly loved person, thing etc. The singer was the idol of thousands of teenagers.
idolatry (aiˈdolətri) noun
1. the worship of idols.
2. too great admiration, especially of a person.
iˈdolatrous adjective
iˈdolatrously adverb
ˈidolize, ˈidolise verb
to love or admire a person etc greatly or too much. She idolized her older brother.
References in classic literature ?
And does he love you - I mean, does he idolise you as much as you do him?
If it be bad to idolise you, I am the worst of men; if it be good, I am the best.
The children idolise him, and so indeed does the whole neighbourhood.
Russell, who was in the Rangers youth side when McCoist was in his prime at Ibrox, used to idolise the Light Blues legend.
If you idolise someone, you demonise them and the person who is idolised becomes complicit in that" - Actor Andrew Scott.
Today I idolise India's Suresh Raina, who is a great fighter," said Tasneem, who has just completed Grade 12 at school and is set to join the American University of Sharjah and will continue representing the UAE.
You want to be setting an example to others, particularly to those who idolise you, particularly youngsters who look up to you.
com as we webcast live the BMI Showcase Series, featuring performances by Steve Stapley with Richard Niles, Waterfront, Harriet Roberts, Mark Nevin, and Idolise.