Lionizing [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Lionizing:

I should like particularly to have you to lionize us there; and I don't fancy your running into danger.'

Lionized to death, as the English alone can lionize, Mr. Prescott never lost his modest self-possession.

The people at Sea-Acres felt the attraction and tried to lionize the dark, tall parson with the glowing, indifferent eyes.

Then, when you have sacrificed to friendship sufficiently, you will lionize Miss Tresilyan?

Two women tried to lionize him, and he ran away and played with the children.

The free-handed miners of that town wanted nothing better than somebody or something to lionize.

I want you to lionize an old friend of mine, who has the ambition to 'do' Connemara under your guidance.

I believe they'd lionize Charley Chaplin if he'd let them, but I understand he's more exclusive than we are.

The worst of Gordon was that he made it next to impossible for one to lionize him.

They're going to lionize him while he's here, so we'd better move him on.