How to use Romanticized in a sentence

romanticized
  • Baryshnikov's ballet career was successful from the start, and his life story in the ballet world is one of the romanticized ones because it involves defecting from Russia.

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  • Henry Hadfield Cubley specialized in Welsh and Scottish mountain landscapes, often romanticized and featuring highland cattle.

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  • Babbage often appealed to the traditional romanticized imagery with which the factory tourists all larded their stories.

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  • Coastal Scotland is one of the world 's most romanticized tourist destinations, yet it is in the midst of severe economic decline.

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  • The story might be a romanticized account of how the land came into the possession of the colonists.

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  • Part of the answer is that Potter 's stories are rooted in a highly romanticized view of nature.

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  • Romanticized Hollywood versions of marriage have little to do with the difficulties of real marriages.

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  • The band's imagery has always leaned toward a romanticized macabre feel.

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  • I figured he romanticized the place, built up in his mind how beautiful it was, but he didn't.

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  • Part of the answer is that Potter's stories are rooted in a highly romanticized view of nature.

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  • The story of a love affair doomed to failure is a veiled, romanticized version of their relationship.

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