lionized

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To visit famous places in order to revere them
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To show the lions or objects of interest to; to conduct about among objects of interest
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To behave as a lion
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li·on·ize lionizes lionizing lionized in BRIT, also use lionise If someone is lionized, they are treated as if they are very important or special by a particular group of people, often when they do not really deserve to be. By the 1920's, he was lionised by literary London The press began to lionize him enthusiastically In 1936, Max Schmeling had been lionised as boxing's great hope. lionise to treat someone as being very important or famous
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{f} treat a person like a celebrity; seek the company of celebrities; (British) visit interesting sites; show sights of a place to (also lionise)
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To treat (a person) as if he were important, or a celebrity
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assign great social importance to; "The film director was celebrated all over Hollywood"; "The tenor was lionized in Vienna"
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To treat or regard as a lion or object of great interest
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assign great social importance to; "The film director was celebrated all over Hollywood"; "The tenor was lionized in Vienna
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