This was a series that traded the glorification of moral bankruptcy for family values.
The glorification of merit, it turns out, has a profoundly threatening downside.
The self-portrait as a glorification of the artist took off in the 1490s, according to Hall.
The blood he shed on the cross was necessary to his glorification.
But this glorification of him wrought a momentous effect in the South.
This glorification was not the far-off result of the impending sacrifice.
The object of the painter's design seems to have been the glorification of Music.
That glorification is the will of Zeus; and in the spirit of the ancient mythus, a motive for it is assigned in a divine legend.
While we live, here is the rule of our conversation; when we die, here is the hope of our glorification.
The birds heard a speech praising their defender, which turned into a glorification of our poilus in general.
mid-15c. as a term in alchemy, "action of refining; state of being refined," from Late Latin glorificationem (nominative glorificatio), noun of action from past participle stem of glorificare (see glorify). From c.1500 in theology; general sense by mid-19c.