Definition of glorious in English:

glorious

Syllabification: glo·ri·ous
Pronunciation: /ˈglôrēəs
 
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adjective

Derivatives

gloriously

adverb
More example sentences
  • The weather of course knows precisely what I'm typing, and is now doing its best to look innocent by being gloriously sunny.
  • It is a gloriously rousing, swirling, foot-tapping celebration of all that is great in traditional music.
  • But, if you want to wring every last drop out of this gloriously understated city, using the map is the only way to travel.

gloriousness

noun
More example sentences
  • One of the things that draws me to Brodie is the gloriousness of playing a woman in her 40s who gets up and looks at herself and thinks, ‘Today I look marvellous.’.
  • The one television station will be running back-to-back feature films that espouse the virtue of self-reliance and the gloriousness of the revolution.
  • He had never been a morning person before, but letting the beautiful sunrise pass without him absorbing its gloriousness in an area such as this seemed wasteful, from his perspective.

Origin

Middle English: from Old French glorieus, from Latin gloriosus, from gloria 'glory'.

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