mythologise


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mythologise


Past participle: mythologised
Gerund: mythologising

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.mythologise - construct a myth; "The poet mythologized that the King had three sons"
cook up, fabricate, invent, manufacture, make up - make up something artificial or untrue
2.mythologise - make into a myth; "The Europeans have mythicized Rte. 66"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
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You can't mention Border country without mentioning Walter Scott, the novelist who did so much to mythologise and reinvent the old Scotland in works such as Waverley and Rob Roy - despite being a committed supporter of the Union.
And you can't mention Border country without mentioning the historical novelist who did so much to mythologise and reinvent the old Scotland in works such as Waverley and Rob Roy - despite being a committed supporter of the Union.
Steven Spielberg's 2006 film Munich helped mythologise the Mossad's hunt for the Black September terrorists who massacred 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympics.
Whilst Morgan's thesis is clearly not that finance should be presented as the missing link to communist or labour movement politics in Britain between the wars, it does suggest that the financial dimension, above others, because of past tendencies to mythologise it or to overly neglect its impact, offers new insights into a broader labour historiography.
Chinese architecture cannot claim an unbroken aesthetic culture, traceable back to the continent's forefathers, in the way in which Europe likes to mythologise its own urban history, and there's been no time for environmental planning standards to take root in the public consciousness.
It will mythologise the city and create a new cinematic identity for Birmingham's underworld to make it more like Raymond Chandler's version of LA.
To demonise and mythologise this Muslim cleric only helps his cause and it is empty rhetoric for Home Secretary Theresa May to play to the public gallery by saying that 'the right place for a terrorist is in a prison cell' when he has not been charged with committing any criminal offence in the UK.
It would be tempting to mythologise the ZX Spectrum as a kitsch artefact from a happier, more innocent time.
He's a very complex character and it would be an error to just mythologise, demonise or parody him as a Mad Mullah.
But countryfolk can be ignorant too and it is easy to mythologise the farmer's mystical link to the land when he is much more likely to be attached to his chemical salesman and machinery supplier.
You name it, we have an ability to mythologise it," says Hislop, speaking from the offices of Private Eye, the satirical magazine he has edited since 1986.