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glorify

[ glawr-uh-fahy, glohr- ]
/ 藞gl蓴r 蓹藢fa瑟, 藞glo蕣r- /
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verb (used with object), glo路ri路fied, glo路ri路fy路ing.
to cause to be or treat as being more splendid, excellent, etc., than would normally be considered.
to honor with praise, admiration, or worship; extol.
to make glorious; invest with glory.
to praise the glory of (God), especially as an act of worship.
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Origin of glorify

1300鈥50; Middle English <Old French glorifier<Late Latin gl艒rific膩re.See glory, -fy

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British Dictionary definitions for glorify

glorify
/ (藞伞l蓴藧r瑟藢fa瑟) /

verb -fies, -fying or -fied (tr)
to make glorious
to make more splendid; adorn
to worship, exalt, or adore
to extol
to cause to seem more splendid or imposing than reality

Derived forms of glorify

glorifiable, adjectiveglorifier, noun
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