Ideological and Romantic

Ideological

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Ideological adjective – Of or pertaining to or characteristic of an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation.
Romantic and ideological are semantically related. in imaginary topic. In some cases you can use "Romantic" instead an adjective "Ideological".
Nearby Words: ideology, ideologue, ideologist, ideologic, ideologically
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Romantic

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Romantic adjective – Having or marked by a tendency to be guided more by ideals than by reality.
Usage example: a workshop intended to disabuse would-be innkeepers of the romantic notion that running a bed-and-breakfast is easy

Ideological and romantic are semantically related. You can use "Ideological" instead an adjective "Romantic".
Nearby Words: romance, romanticism, romanticize, romanticise, romanticized
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  • Video Game / BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Opposites Attract: Non-romantic example - the Kisaragi and Yayoi families of the Duodecim are exact ideological opposites (a flourishing, modernist meritocracy and a dwindling, inbred bunch of traditionalists respectively), as well as being the staunchest allies of any of the great families.
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