glorification

[ glawr-uh-fi-key-shuh n, glohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF glorification

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I require the equality of salaries, the division of benefits, the glorification of the protectorate.

The World-Epos is after all only a file of the morning paper in a state of glorification.

Several other poets in Ferrara devoted their talents to her glorification.

His work is in much the glorification of revolutionary commonplace.

But this glorification of him wrought a momentous effect in the South.

The object of the painter's design seems to have been the glorification of Music.

While we live, here is the rule of our conversation; when we die, here is the hope of our glorification.

The Elegy is the glorification of the obscure; therein lies its popularity.

Shall vulgarity be left just vulgar, and have no apotheosis and glorification?

In its place we have a glorification of the individual hero.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c. as a term in alchemy, "action of refining; state of being refined," from Late Latin glorificationem (nominative glorificatio), noun of action from past participle stem of glorificare (see glorify). From c.1500 in theology; general sense by mid-19c.

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