what is difference between glamorize and romanticize
- glamorise (U.K.)
- glamourise (U.K.)
glamor + -ize
glamorize (third-person singular simple present glamorizes, present participle glamorizing, simple past and past participle glamorized)
- To make or give the appearance of being glamorous.
- To glorify; to romanticize.
- Some movies glamorize criminal activity by making crimninals seem cool.
- romanticise (non-Oxford British spelling)
romantic + -ize
romanticize (third-person singular simple present romanticizes, present participle romanticizing, simple past and past participle romanticized)
- (transitive) To interpret or view something in a romantic (unrealistic, idealized) manner.
- (intransitive) To think or act in a romantic manner.