Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)
Use "mythologisation" in a sentence
"The favoured mountain-top location of partisan bands was amenable to this mythologisation of the adarti who 'towered above' everybody else, perched on the mountain tops, looking down upon the rest."
"According to Mahayana Buddhism, the Buddha was born Awakened, and his quest for transcendent Awakening ("Enlightenment") (bodhi or sambodhi) was only a "skillful means" to guide and instruct others, however this may simply be a later mythologisation and apotheosis, just as some Sufis identified Mohammad with the cosmic logos (see some of the books of Henry Corbin for example)."
"And ultimately, for all its superficial right-on-ness, Avatar is patronising in its cod-ethnic mythologisation of the Na'vi, who are forever lifting their arms and chanting to sacred trees like the chorus in a Sixties tribal musical."