glorify

[ glawr-uh-fahy, glohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF glorify

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We intend to glorify the love of danger, the custom of energy, the strengt of daring.

No saga will ever glorify their deeds, no epic make them immortal.

You cannot glorify God more than by publishing good-will to one another.

To glorify labor and decry wealth is to multiply absurdities.

The book has been written neither to aid the Abolitionist nor glorify the planter.

Only one part of her promise had she 197kept faithfully—to “Glorify work.”

As we have seen, that purpose is above everything to glorify the Word of God.

But there was one opinion which He noticed only to sanction, to sanctify, to glorify.

I can ask no happier lot for them than that by death they may glorify God.

Glad,” answered William Mount, firmly, “if so we may glorify God.

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