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glory British & World English

High renown or honour won by notable achievements

glory English Thesaurus

a sport that has won him glory abroad

glories in glory British & World English

A thing that is beautiful, impressive, or worthy of praise

to glory British & World English

To death or destruction

to glory in glory British & World English

To death or destruction

glory be! British & World English

Expressing enthusiastic piety

glory box British & World English

A box for a woman’s clothes and household items, stored in preparation for marriage

glory pea British & World English

Another term for clianthus.

Old Glory British & World English

An informal name for the US national flag

glory days British & World English

A time in the past regarded as being better than the present

glory hole British & World English

An untidy room or cupboard used for storage

Kentish glory British & World English

A large European moth with orange-brown and white markings, occurring chiefly on moorland and in open woodland

morning glory British & World English

A climbing plant of the convolvulus family, sometimes cultivated for its trumpet-shaped flowers

crowning glory British & World English

The best and most notable aspect of something

reflected glory British & World English

Fame or approval achieved through association with someone else rather than through one’s own efforts

death-or-glory British & World English

Brave to the point of foolhardiness; reckless

in one's glory British & World English

In a state of extreme joy or exaltation

Knickerbocker Glory British & World English

A dessert consisting of ice cream served with fruit, cream, and other sweet ingredients in a tall glass

Knickerbocker Glory New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

ice-cream dessert in a tall glass

glory-of-the-snow British & World English

Another term for chionodoxa.

glory be! in glory British & World English

Expressing enthusiastic piety

crowning glory in crown British & World English

The best and most notable aspect of something

in one's glory in glory British & World English

In a state of extreme joy or exaltation

vainglory British & World English

Inordinate pride in oneself or one’s achievements; excessive vanity