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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of idealised

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of idealised:

Derived Form of idealised

root word: idealise
third person: idealises
past: idealised
past participle: idealised
present participle: idealising
comparitive: more idealised
superlative: most idealised
Verb: idealise
consider or render as ideal
Type ofconsidered, reckoned, regarded, saw, viewed,
Typesdeified, glamorized, glamourised, romanticised, romanticized,
See alsoideal, idealisation,
form ideals
Type ofconcocted, dreamt up, hatched, thought of, thought up,
See alsoideal,
exalted to an ideal perfection or excellence

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  1. we only see her through the memories of others, where shes idealised and romanticised.
  2. Raoul had clearly put an idealised version of his childhood sweetheart up on a pedestal
  3. And it seems like the idealised version
  4. What you do is -- and this is in an ideal world -- this is like an idealised scientist.
  5. idealised father. What we really need to help us out of our daddy issues is something more
  6. there's a STRONG warning not to put your life on hold in order to chase an idealised version
  7. had created an idealised version of Daisy in his head that she could never live up to.
  8. Prior to this, as previously mentioned, champions such as Jack Broughton were idealised in drawings
  9. idealised version of himself and it's not long into his debut story before he
  10. My brother need not be idealised
  11. landscaped park, all representing an idealised version of nature.
  12. this idealised transformer.
  13. This is very much an idealised picture of water molecules vibrating.
  14. the idealised human body and the desire
  15. People who believe in idealised visions
  16. is a sort of idealised self-portrait -
  17. identity between the concept and its object. Every concept requires conformity to its idealised
  18. its idealised form. Adorno calls this remainder, 'the non-identical,' and it is here where
  19. reproducing discursive overvaluations of an idealised masculinity in whose shadow we all
  20. do with my paper is to look at how that consolidation centres around idealised versions of masculinity,