A time in the past regarded as being better than the present: his glory days as a high school basketball star the glory days of tourism
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- In its glory days of the past, it was a great event and should prove as popular as ever again this year.
- Having lorded in the first division for the past five seasons we all wondered when would the glory days return.
- Although let's face it, the early 80s seem like glory days for Leeds fans at present.
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Syllabification: glo·ry days
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