Synonyms of glory in English:

glory

noun

  • 1 a sport that has won him glory abroad
    renown, fame, prestige, honour, distinction, kudos, eminence, pre-eminence, acclaim, acclamation, celebrity, praise, accolades, laurels, recognition, note, notability, credit, repute, reputation, name, illustriousness, lustre
    informal bouquets
    rare laudation
    [Antonyms] shame, obscurity
  • 2 glory be to God in the highest
    praise, worship, glorification, adoration, veneration, honour, reverence, exaltation, extolment, homage, tribute, thanksgiving, thanks, blessing
    rare laudation, magnification
  • 3 a late 17th century house restored to its former glory
    [Antonyms] lowliness modesty
  • 4 the glories of Vermont
    wonder, beauty, delight, wonderful thing, glorious thing, marvel, phenomenon; sight, spectacle
  • verb

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  • individuals who gloried in their independence
    take great pleasure in, exult in, rejoice in, delight in, revel in; relish, savour, greatly enjoy; take great pride in, preen oneself on, congratulate oneself on, be proud of; boast about, crow about, gloat about
    informal get a kick out of, get a thrill out of
    archaic plume oneself on, pique oneself on
    [Antonyms] feel ashamed of
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    adjective
    apt in the circumstances or relation to something