Turn into myth; interpret mythically.
- ‘Virgil recognizes the anomaly of expunged Trojan origins and effectively mythicizes it in Book 12 of the Aeneid.’
- ‘But by mythicising his illness he extracted more from the experience than he would had he recognised its true provenance.’
- ‘As the memory of the famous singer is seized upon and mythicized, Rai decides to set the record straight about Vina.’
- ‘The characters are themselves responsible for thus mythicizing the geographical journey; each of them embarks on an ‘imagined journey from periphery to centre’.’
- ‘For 200 years, to be an American hero was to be mythicized as being almost biblically good.’
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