glorification

[glawr-uh-fi-key-shuhn, glohr-]
noun
1.
a glorified or more splendid form of something.
2.
the act of glorifying.
3.
the state of being glorified.
4.
exaltation to the glory of heaven.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English < Late Latin glōrificātiōn- (stem of glōrificātiō), equivalent to glōrific(āre) to glorify + -ātiōn- -ation

deglorification, noun
reglorification, noun
self-glorification, noun
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glorification (ˌɡlɔːrɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
 
n
1.  the act of glorifying or state of being glorified
2.  informal an enhanced or favourably exaggerated version or account
3.  informal (Brit) a celebration

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Example sentences
Despite the glorification of science, the marketplace sets the value and the
  price.
The media's glorification of celebrity pregnancies doesn't help things.
He conflated freedom with unfettered markets, and his legacy was a
  glorification of private wealth over the public good.
Kaplan's glorification of military values is also disturbing.
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