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1. Bill idolizes his big brother, who is a professional footballer.
2. They had one child, a girl whom they idolized.
3. They idolize their kids.
4. She idolized her father.
5. He idolizes his father.
6. As a child, Ted idolized his father.
7. But no, he idolized the girl from the start.
8. Monroe was idolized by movie fans all over the world.
9. Boys idolize athletes, and fantasize about playing in the pros.
10. Susan idolizes her mother.
11. He is both idolized and despised within the Union movement.
12. Your face I've memorized,[Sentence dictionary] I idolize just you.
13. Idolize they favorite rappers and know all they songs.
14. Ladies, I idolize you all.
15. Idolize their favorite rappers and know all they songs.
16. Maggie : Could you possibly idolize her any more?
17. As children idolize those who can do what they cannot do, your society clearly demonstrates this same method of creating godhood.
18. Hong Kong teenagers idolize Cantopop stars more than their own parents, according to a university survey.
19. Those cross - Atlantic aficionados who persistently idolize the British theater and bad - mouth broadway ( Benedict Nightingale ).
20. We idolize success and status and thus undermine our mutual respect.
21. Briefly speaking, young people inclined to idolize the people who excel in appearance, intelligence or talent.
22. Briefly speaking, young people are inclined to idolize the people who excel in appearance, intelligence or talent.
23. It was a pleasure to flog her, to defend her, to scrutinize, criticize and idolize her.
24. And he helped her by showing that she had married a man of her own color who was idolized by all.
25. In the late seventies, when Ian was starting out as a pro, he idolized Watson.
26. Denied parents for so much of the year, Angel had idolized Pedro.
27. Putting up posters is one way fans can show who they idolize.
28. The crowd grew larger every day, coming to question, to idolize, to scorn.
29. If men could only know each other , they would neither idolize nor hate . -- Elbert Hubbert.
30. In all, modern novels with children perspective tend to idolize children while belittling adults.
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