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ap·o·the·o·size

 (ăp′ə-thē′ə-sīz′, ə-pŏth′ē-ə-sīz′)
tr.v. ap·o·the·o·sized, ap·o·the·o·siz·ing, ap·o·the·o·siz·es
To glorify; exalt.
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apotheosize

(əˈpɒθɪəˌsaɪz) or

apotheosise

vb (tr)
1. (Theology) to deify
2. to glorify or idealize
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a•poth•e•o•size

(əˈpɒθ i əˌsaɪz, ˌæp əˈθi əˌsaɪz)

v.t. -sized, -siz•ing.
to deify; glorify.
[1750–60]
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apotheosize


Past participle: apotheosized
Gerund: apotheosizing

Imperative
apotheosize
apotheosize
Present
I apotheosize
you apotheosize
he/she/it apotheosizes
we apotheosize
you apotheosize
they apotheosize
Preterite
I apotheosized
you apotheosized
he/she/it apotheosized
we apotheosized
you apotheosized
they apotheosized
Present Continuous
I am apotheosizing
you are apotheosizing
he/she/it is apotheosizing
we are apotheosizing
you are apotheosizing
they are apotheosizing
Present Perfect
I have apotheosized
you have apotheosized
he/she/it has apotheosized
we have apotheosized
you have apotheosized
they have apotheosized
Past Continuous
I was apotheosizing
you were apotheosizing
he/she/it was apotheosizing
we were apotheosizing
you were apotheosizing
they were apotheosizing
Past Perfect
I had apotheosized
you had apotheosized
he/she/it had apotheosized
we had apotheosized
you had apotheosized
they had apotheosized
Future
I will apotheosize
you will apotheosize
he/she/it will apotheosize
we will apotheosize
you will apotheosize
they will apotheosize
Future Perfect
I will have apotheosized
you will have apotheosized
he/she/it will have apotheosized
we will have apotheosized
you will have apotheosized
they will have apotheosized
Future Continuous
I will be apotheosizing
you will be apotheosizing
he/she/it will be apotheosizing
we will be apotheosizing
you will be apotheosizing
they will be apotheosizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been apotheosizing
you have been apotheosizing
he/she/it has been apotheosizing
we have been apotheosizing
you have been apotheosizing
they have been apotheosizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been apotheosizing
you will have been apotheosizing
he/she/it will have been apotheosizing
we will have been apotheosizing
you will have been apotheosizing
they will have been apotheosizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been apotheosizing
you had been apotheosizing
he/she/it had been apotheosizing
we had been apotheosizing
you had been apotheosizing
they had been apotheosizing
Conditional
I would apotheosize
you would apotheosize
he/she/it would apotheosize
we would apotheosize
you would apotheosize
they would apotheosize
Past Conditional
I would have apotheosized
you would have apotheosized
he/she/it would have apotheosized
we would have apotheosized
you would have apotheosized
they would have apotheosized
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.apotheosize - deify or glorifyapotheosize - deify or glorify      
deify - consider as a god or godlike; "These young men deify financial success"
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apotheosize

verb
To raise to a high position or status:
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References in classic literature ?
The reading world is very susceptible of such-lunacies, and all that can be said is that at a given time it was time for criticism to go mad over a poet who was neither better nor worse than many another third-rate poet apotheosized before and since.
The ecstasy of faith almost apotheosized her; it set upon her face a glowing irradiation, and brought a red spot into the middle of each cheek; while the miniature candle-flame inverted in her eye-pupils shone like a diamond.
When I think of the benefactors of the race, whom we have apotheosized as messengers from heaven, bearers of divine gifts to man, I do not see in my mind any retinue at their heels, any carload of fashionable furniture.
After discovering Arthur Hornblow's Theatre Magazine in the public library, Behrman noted, "I apotheosized Mr.
(78) Thus, by the beginning of Japan's fifteen-year war in Asia, Suehiro, the founder and leader of the law-and-society movement in Japan originally rooted in the Ehrlichian attempt to treat the state and society as two semiautonomous entities, had merged his jurisprudential revolution with the imperial expansion of the increasingly autarkic and apotheosized Japanese state.
A young political leader is apotheosized like a god, taking improvisational and emotional responses, regardless of international order.
But the candidate many rappers apotheosized similarly assumed a liminal position on the sociopolitical field, as he felt a need to distance himself from identity politics and the more radical black nationalism of previous candidates, yet was compelled to devise an authentic (but non-alienating) racial performance.
The apotheosized Jesse dies, handing himself over willingly to his Judas, Bob Ford.
By contrast, when economists such as the University of Chicago's Eugene Fama speak of an "efficient market hypothesis," they are simply referring to the means by which producers get crucial information and not to some apotheosized omniscient Market God.
There, in That Hideous Strength, he appears in apotheosized form as a wounded king who must in turn be saved by others" (1.17).
the Nurse compares him to Juliet', and '[i]magining Romeo apotheosized after her death, Juliet turns him into a figure associated with the feminine night, as opposed to the traditionally masculine sunlight' (50).
To begin with, Conroy is not only wanted by the people of Monsefu almost from the outset but ends up being apotheosized as a champion of the community.