2. Verb. (British) (past of romanticise) ¹
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Definition of Romanticised
1. romanticise [v] - See also: romanticise
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Literary usage of Romanticised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bookman (1910)
"Kings in Exile, by Charles GD Roberts, adds one more volume to this author's previous contributions of romanticised life histories of wild animals. ..."
2. English Literature: An Illustrated Record by Richard Garnett, Edmund Gosse (1905)
"But since his death the fame of Borrow has steadily increased, and is now firmly grounded on his picturesque and original studies in romanticised ..."
3. William Wetmore Story and His Friends: From Letters, Diaries, and Recollections by Henry James (1903)
"... the latent plastic sense, the feeling for the picturesque in attitude, for the expressive in line, for emphasised, romanticised character, in short, ..."
4. Folklore by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1892)
"... we have a late and romanticised version of such a myth. But I am not prepared to go further. How does Prof. Heinzel deal with this element in the ..."
5. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1836)
"... yet the sum of all is considerable ; and the whole, when sufficiently romanticised, and fit for readers who would reject with disgust a musty tome of ..."