verb (used with object), romanticized, romanticizing.
to make romantic; invest with a romantic character:
Many people romanticize the role of an editor.
verb (used without object), romanticized, romanticizing.
to hold romantic notions, ideas, etc.
(intransitive) to think or act in a romantic way
(transitive) to interpret according to romantic precepts
to make or become romantic, as in style
noun 1. the late 18th- and early 19th-century movement in France, Germany, England, and America to establish Romanticism in art and literature.
- Roman tub
noun See Roman bath
noun 1. died a.d. 897, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 897.
noun, plural Romanies. 1. Gypsy (def 2). 2. Gypsies collectively. 3. the Indic language of the Gypsies, its various forms differing greatly because of local influences. adjective 4. pertaining to Gypsies, their language, or their customs. noun 1. (pl) -nies, -nis another name for a Gypsy (as modifier): Romany customs 2. the language of the […]