heroize

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he·ro·ize

 (hîr′ō-īz′)
tr.v. he·ro·ized, he·ro·iz·ing, he·ro·iz·es
To make a hero of; treat as a hero: was heroized for her medical discoveries.

heroize

(ˈhɪərəʊˌaɪz) or

heroise

vb (tr)
to make a hero of

he•ro•ize

(ˈhɪər oʊˌaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to make a hero or heroine of.
[1730–40]
he`ro•iz•a′tion, n.

heroize


Past participle: heroized
Gerund: heroizing

Imperative
heroize
heroize
Present
I heroize
you heroize
he/she/it heroizes
we heroize
you heroize
they heroize
Preterite
I heroized
you heroized
he/she/it heroized
we heroized
you heroized
they heroized
Present Continuous
I am heroizing
you are heroizing
he/she/it is heroizing
we are heroizing
you are heroizing
they are heroizing
Present Perfect
I have heroized
you have heroized
he/she/it has heroized
we have heroized
you have heroized
they have heroized
Past Continuous
I was heroizing
you were heroizing
he/she/it was heroizing
we were heroizing
you were heroizing
they were heroizing
Past Perfect
I had heroized
you had heroized
he/she/it had heroized
we had heroized
you had heroized
they had heroized
Future
I will heroize
you will heroize
he/she/it will heroize
we will heroize
you will heroize
they will heroize
Future Perfect
I will have heroized
you will have heroized
he/she/it will have heroized
we will have heroized
you will have heroized
they will have heroized
Future Continuous
I will be heroizing
you will be heroizing
he/she/it will be heroizing
we will be heroizing
you will be heroizing
they will be heroizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been heroizing
you have been heroizing
he/she/it has been heroizing
we have been heroizing
you have been heroizing
they have been heroizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been heroizing
you will have been heroizing
he/she/it will have been heroizing
we will have been heroizing
you will have been heroizing
they will have been heroizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been heroizing
you had been heroizing
he/she/it had been heroizing
we had been heroizing
you had been heroizing
they had been heroizing
Conditional
I would heroize
you would heroize
he/she/it would heroize
we would heroize
you would heroize
they would heroize
Past Conditional
I would have heroized
you would have heroized
he/she/it would have heroized
we would have heroized
you would have heroized
they would have heroized
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Trevor Griffiths, who wrote the screenplay for the television dramatization of the book, made the link explicit when he told a reporter that it was important to "[give] the lie to the official version, the heroized version of Scott's story," at a time when the government "constantly exhorts us to return to the great Imperial traditions of this nation.
This is the legal core of Prosecution, supplemented by other crucial concerns such as the seriousness of Bush's crimes, the enormous costs of the war, and the idea that Bush wasn't held responsible for 9/11 occurring on his watch, but instead heroized himself by transforming that event into the war on terror.
Chapters three and four discuss the image of the pirate as constructed in trials and the press, showing how late seventeenth-century sea-rovers William Kidd and Henry Avery were heroized.
In Wallin's aesthetic world our thought is directed to the perfected, heroized body, a symmetrical, well-constructed machine, and then to the very stark contrast with a more defective model: a body marked by limitations no one will acknowledge--certainly not in an age of elaborate work outs, obsessive dieting, and plastic surgery.
The officers were white, and the units were segregated (Alexander and Dewjee 12, 41n5) (13) In "Author and Hero in Aesthetic Activity," Bakhtin explains the heroic constituent in biographical values as characterized by this organic sense of oneself within the heroized mankind of history; by the organic sense of being a participant in it of experiencing one's essential growth within it, of taking root in it and gaining full consciousness and understanding of one's own works and days within it" (Art 156).
The torc, moustache, ornamentally executed ear and a hole in the mouth (all of them displayed by the Msecke Zehrovice head) have parallels on sculptures and other images interpreted often as warriors, sometimes as heroized ancestors (including one of the Paule busts showing another attribute, a lyre, and apparently depicting a bard) and they may appear (but not exclusively) even on figurines with godly attributes.
Similarly controversial is the re-emergence of the theory that the iconography of the Parthenon frieze celebrates the heroized dead of the battle of Marathon.