Whereas Underwood is more prone to glorify her Green Acres upbringing.
Fussy eaters who glorify the transformation of nutrition into fashion.
The good news for those who think such movies at once glorify and trivialize gun violence is that R.I.P.D. bombed.
To treat these lovers of violent death otherwise is only to glorify them.
This appears to glorify a crime,” said Cheek, “as does the apparent emphasis on their illegal and ill-fated invasion.
Full of her he sets himself to glorify her, and to tell over and over again his own story.
The book has been written neither to aid the Abolitionist nor glorify the planter.
Painters and sculptors of all epochs have been inclined to glorify the nude in their works.
Only one part of her promise had she 197kept faithfully—to “glorify work.”
He will either not restore at all, or else restore in such a way as to magnify and glorify the riches of his grace.
(1.) To make glorious, or cause so to appear (John 12:28; 13:31, 32; 17:4,5). (2.) Spoken of God to "shew forth his praise" (1 Cor. 6:20; 10:31).