Deify

• (v. t.) To praise or revere as a deity; to treat as an object of supreme regard; as, to deify money. • (v. t.) To render godlike. • (v. t.) To make a god of; to exalt to the rank of a deity; to enroll among the deities; to apotheosize; as, Julius Caesar was deified.
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deify

verb consider as a god or godlike; `These young men deify financial success`
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deify

[Verb] To treat someone as a god and worship them.
Example: After Princess Diana’s sudden death, many people seemed to deify her and her memory.
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Deify

De'i·fy transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Deified ; present participle & verbal noun Deifying .] [ French déifier , Late Latin deificare , from Latin deificus . See Deific , Deity , ...
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deify

deify, deified, deifying 1. To make someone into a god. 2. To honor or adore someone or something as if he, she, or it were divine.
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deify

exalt to the position of a God
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deify

[v] - consider as a god or god-like 2. [v] - exalt to the position of a God
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