Had they not always lionized my virtuous efforts to the fullest extent!
"Cape Cod Folks" by Sarah P. McLean Greene
All the preceding was written four days ago: cut short by the sudden entrance of Moore, whom I have been lionizing ever since.
"Letters of Edward FitzGerald in two volumes, Vol. 1" by Edward FitzGerald
I was mobbed, I was lionized.
"The Promised Land" by Mary Antin
The telephone girl of Etain may be lionized in lyric literature.
"Practical English Composition: Book II." by Edwin L. Miller
They feasted and lionized him, and did their utmost to advance his fortunes.
"The Story of the Upper Canada Rebellion, Volume 1" by John Charles Dent
They posed as wealthy aristocrats, and Paul was lionized.
"Oswald Langdon" by Carson Jay Lee
Piang was being lionized by the men, toasted and praised in high fashion.
"The Adventures of Piang the Moro Jungle Boy" by Florence Partello Stuart
In her own circle of friends and acquaintances she was lionized.
"Mary Wollstonecraft" by Elizabeth Robins Pennell
All American soldiers in the city were lionized.
"In the Flash Ranging Service" by Edward Alva Trueblood
They were determined to lionize him.
"The Dodge Club" by James De Mille
All the people will just go wild over him and lionize him.
"A California Girl" by Edward Eldridge
It is hard on flesh and blood to resist the temptation to be lionized.
"Rural Life and the Rural School" by Joseph Kennedy
When in 1762 she visited England, she was lionized everywhere.
"Women of Modern France (Illustrated)" by Hugo Paul Thieme (1870-1940)
Brooks was lionized in the South for his brutal act and re-elected to Congress by an overwhelming majority.
"The Greater Republic" by Charles Morris
If he had been petted before, he was lionized now.
"The Jolliest Term on Record" by Angela Brazil
They had been taken to England in 1853, and lionized there for two years.
"North-Pole Voyages" by Zachariah Atwell Mudge
He visited London in 1832, and was much lionized.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 13, Slice 5" by Various
His name was a household word with the French, who literally lionized him.
"The Romance of Aircraft" by Lawrence Yard Smith
He also visited England, and was lionized in London by the party of Burke and Fox.
"Thomas Paine, The Apostle of Liberty" by John E. Remsburg
Smith records a sad interview with Pocahontas when she was being lionized, under the name of Lady Rebecca, as a royal visitor in London.
"The Colonial Cavalier" by Maud Wilder Goodwin
Wallace's emergence as a lionized sports figure, meanwhile, is relatively new, with fairy-tale elements.
They are Lionize and you can hear them roar Sunday at the Crooked I.
Remember how the NYT lionized the Occupy Wall Street vigilantes.
Ethiopian Tyrant Should Not Be Lionized.
97.9 GRD welcomes Streetlight Manifesto and Reel Big Fish, with special guests Rodeo Ruby Love and Lionize, December 6 at The Orbit Room in Grand Rapids GRD Freeloaders can enter to win a pair of tickets to the show.
If all that Zola Budd is accused of is visiting her parents in South Africa (Apartheid, Boycotts and a Lonely Runner, The Times, April 24), then, in my opinion, she should be lionized rather than penalized RICHARD WALDSTEIN New York.
One playwright didn't seem to need so much lionizing.
On the tour with Clutch were bands Monstro and Lionize.
He is the president of Brazil, and one of the most lionized leaders in the world.
Lionize and Chicharones will open the show.
Stateside sport compact enthusiasts have lionized Volkswagen's spunky GTI for the better part of 20 years, but did you know there's a more pocket-size variant available across the pond.