self-glorified

glorify

[glawr-uh-fahy, glohr-]
verb (used with object), glorified, glorifying.
1.
to cause to be or treat as being more splendid, excellent, etc., than would normally be considered.
2.
to honor with praise, admiration, or worship; extol.
3.
to make glorious; invest with glory.
4.
to praise the glory of (God), especially as an act of worship.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English < Old French glorifier < Late Latin glōrificāre. See glory, -fy

glorifiable, adjective
glorifier, noun
deglorify, verb (used with object), deglorified, deglorifying.
reglorify, verb (used with object), reglorified, reglorifying.
self-glorified, adjective
self-glorifying, adjective
unglorified, adjective
unglorifying, adjective


2. venerate, praise, worship, celebrate.
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glorify (ˈɡlɔːrɪˌfaɪ)
 
vb , -fies, -fying, -fied
1.  to make glorious
2.  to make more splendid; adorn
3.  to worship, exalt, or adore
4.  to extol
5.  to cause to seem more splendid or imposing than reality
 
'glorifiable
 
adj
 
'glorifier
 
n

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Glorify definition


(1.) To make glorious, or cause so to appear (John 12:28; 13:31, 32; 17:4,5). (2.) Spoken of God to "shew forth his praise" (1 Cor. 6:20; 10:31).

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