Half an hour before, she had been writing a letter home, in a whirl of delight and self-glorification.
It was difficult to avoid smiling at his boasting and self-glorification.
The other, if you will forgive me, is no more than the desire for a cheap publicity, a form of self-glorification.
Even in the time of Moses this self-glorification was en evidence.
Doubtless there was a touch of self-glorification in this, which, however, he kept strictly to himself.
Also, their churches were meant for use; not show, nor self-glorification, nor town-glorification.
They had all joined the Band with the same objects, self-glorification and the advancement of their private interests.
That was a lie, of course—a kind of self-glorification, too.
He grew a peculiar ability for self-glorification and for slugging the other man.
Much of Wagners earnestness in his demands for improvement in art matters is attributed by the opposition to self-glorification.
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.