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  • noun Plural form of idealizer.


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  • They will therefore usually be idealizers of that writer and perpetrators (consciously or not) of the intentional fallacy.

    Stuff « So Many Books 2004

  • These idealizers of the Liberal Party, which had really definitely ceased to be Liberal in 1894, had a rude awakening.

    Mrs. Warren's Daughter A Story of the Woman's Movement Harry Hamilton Johnston 1892

  • Not only men born to be soldiers, but non-combatants by trade and nature, historians in their studies, and clergymen in their pulpits, have been war's idealizers.

    Memories and Studies William James 1876

  • A millennium of peace would not breed the fighting disposition out of our bone and marrow, and a function so ingrained and vital will never consent to die without resistance, and will always find impassioned apologists and idealizers.

    Memories and Studies William James 1876


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