iconize

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Related to iconizes: stirred up, overhyped, reacquainted

iconize

(ˈaɪkəˌnaɪz) or

iconise

vb
to portray (someone) as an icon
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The 'table' iconizes a collection of values and principles such as strong family bonds, and it also resembles the rich and poor depending on the items settled on the table.
Marco Denevi's 1986 work, Enciclopedia secreta de una familia argentina, wryly iconizes Borges's famous assertion that "no hay clasificacion del universo que no sea arbitraria y conjetural" (OC 2: 86).
the actor is not just performing Sango but rather he iconizes Sango.
It becomes a trope that iconizes Hmong for all time.
Certainly The House of Mirth, probably her best-known work, takes to pieces a society which iconizes fashion adherence and which is merciless in its power to create and to destroy reputations overnight.
299, Faure will state that awakening itself is a ritual reenactment of it); therefore, it iconizes the "death" that transcends time and death.