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  • EN [ ˈɡlɔːriəs]
  • US [ ˈɡlɔːriəs]

English definition


  • 1. having or deserving or conferring glory;

    • "a long and glorious career"
    • "our glorious literature"
  • 2. having or worthy of pride;

    • "redoubtable scholar of the Renaissance"
    • "born of a redoubtable family"
  • 3. bringing great happiness and thankfulness;

    • "glorious freedom"
    • "glorious times"
  • 4. characterized by or attended with brilliance or grandeur;

    • "the brilliant court life at Versailles"
    • "a glorious work of art"
    • "magnificent cathedrals"
    • "the splendid coronation ceremony"
  • 5. having great beauty and splendor;

    • "a glorious spring morning"
    • "a glorious sunset"
    • "splendid costumes"
    • "a kind of splendiferous native simplicity"

Example sentences

  • No man e ' er was glorious, who was not laborious.

  • To get rich is glorious, Xiaoping once told China. But maybe not too rich.

  • The battle has end in a victory so glorious for our army.

  • We had a glorious time at the seaside.

  • At this moment an idea burst upon him — a glorious idea.

  • We are now engaged in a great and most glorious cause, never undertaken by our forefathers.

  • The heroic deeds of him embodied the glorious tradition of the troops.

  • These are our glorious traditions.

  • Better a glorious death than a shameful life.

  • It is a glorious thing to die for the people.

  • The army won a glorious victory in the first battle.

  • Beethoven's Ninth Symphony is a glorious piece of music.

  • They dined in a special suite in glorious splendour.

  • a glorious chapter in our country's history

  • The rooms were painted in glorious technicolour .

  • Brian's retirement brings to a close a glorious chapter in British football history.

  • I was seeing it all in glorious technicolour: mountains, valleys, lakes, summer sunshine.

  • We opened the windows and let in the glorious evening air.

  • If it hadn't been bucketing down with rain and blowing a gale, I would have had a glorious view.

  • What price a glorious repeat of last week's triumph?

  • In this living room we've mixed glorious floral prints.

  • The sun was out again, and it was a glorious day.

  • It's not for nothing that interior decorators the world over look to the English country garden for glorious inspiration.

  • I don't think it was as glorious as everybody made it out to be.

  • The once glorious palaces stood empty and forlorn.

  • I got dressed and emerged into glorious sunshine.

  • Her future could be more glorious even than her past.

  • Harrison had a glorious career spanning more than six decades.

Synonym discrimination

  • splendid, gorgeous, glorious, superb, magnificent


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