glamorize vs romanticise what difference

what is difference between glamorize and romanticise

English

Alternative forms

  • glamorise (U.K.)
  • glamourise (U.K.)
  • glamourize

Etymology

glamor +‎ -ize

Verb

glamorize (third-person singular simple present glamorizes, present participle glamorizing, simple past and past participle glamorized)

  1. To make or give the appearance of being glamorous.
  2. To glorify; to romanticize.
    Some movies glamorize criminal activity by making crimninals seem cool.

Translations



English

Etymology

romantic +‎ -ise

Verb

romanticise (third-person singular simple present romanticises, present participle romanticising, simple past and past participle romanticised)

  1. Non-Oxford British English standard spelling of romanticize.

Anagrams

  • Marcionites, anisometric, creationism, miscreation, reactionism

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