verb (used with object), glo·ri·fied, glo·ri·fy·ing.
Origin of glorify
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Golden Age-of-TV evangelists prate on about which glorified soap operas are most deserving of our rapt attention.
This may seem like a good idea in theory, but in practice they amount to glorified extra-credit projects and pointless busywork.
Ichikowitz said he served between 1992 and 1994 as a glorified gofer for the African National Congress.
Beyond the Brick, however, escapes condemnation as a glorified infomercial by broadening the scope of what it aims to accomplish.How LEGO Conquered Hollywood 65 Years After Its Debut|Kevin Fallon|April 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Authorized biographies are glorified press releases,” says historian José Murilo de Carvalho.
It was then known what he meant, that "he would be glorified in the course of the year."
Dear Husbandman, do thine own will, only make us bear much fruit, that thou mayest be glorified.Journal of a Residence at Bagdad|Anthony Groves
This same conduct is glorified as firm, as legitimate, as what not.The Economist|Various
Men have gone to certain death for those they love and been glorified for so doing, he argued.The Best Policy|Elliott Flower
And the thing which revealed him—glorified him—was less the grief he gave to it than the way he saw it.Lifted Masks|Susan Glaspell