- de·glo·ri·fi·ca·tion, noun
- re·glo·ri·fi·ca·tion, noun
- self-glo·ri·fi·ca·tion, noun
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How to use glorification in a sentence
While papers denounced the blatant glorification of violence, audiences packed the theater to see Cody wave the scalp of Yellow Hand in the air in victory.What the True Story of Buffalo Bill Reveals About the Myth of the Wild West | Ijeoma Olou | November 12, 2021 | Time
Seemed like generic advice at the time, but with the glorification of “hustle culture,” I can better appreciate the wisdom.Mozilla tests Bing as the default search engine for 1% of users; Tuesday’s daily brief | George Nguyen | September 21, 2021 | Search Engine Land
The diorama blowback isn’t new, nor is the glorification of Serra.The Learning Curve: Why Mission Dioramas Are (Mostly) History | Randy Dotinga | August 5, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
Last year, students and faculty voted in favor of changing the school’s name, urging university leaders to take steps to end the glorification of Lee.Washington and Lee University to keep its name, despite calls to drop reference to Confederate leader | Susan Svrluga, Lauren Lumpkin | June 4, 2021 | Washington Post
This was a series that traded the glorification of moral bankruptcy for family values.
The self-portrait as a glorification of the artist took off in the 1490s, according to Hall.
As if celebrities needed further glorification, Tinder will now help them verify their VIP status when looking for love.
As with the original movie, for all his residual glorification of the financial industry, Stone is actually trying to damn it.
Remember his outrage at the insane, over-the-top glorification of Michael Jackson after his recent death?
Her style was a great contrast to the earlier hero-worshiping and glorification of ante-bellum days in Virginia.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia | Dorothy M. Torpey
This is why I think that the sooner people free themselves from the false glorification of Shakespeare, the better it will be.Tolstoy on Shakespeare | Leo Tolstoy
Every accomplishment meant strenuous study, yet he is dear to us for his glorification of revolutionary history.Revolutionary Reader | Sophie Lee Foster
His stage pieces in glorification of the Restoration only achieved a succès d'estime.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year | Edwin Emerson
Unlike Heine, this poet devoted his muse to the German romantic poets glorification of German patriotism.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year | Edwin Emerson
British Dictionary definitions for glorification
the act of glorifying or state of being glorified
informal an enhanced or favourably exaggerated version or account
British informal a celebration
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