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A more sympathetic answer would be that mathematicians want the glory of seeing their names outlive themselves as a reward for the long, solitary hours they labor to produce their results.

Without getting too deep into the weeds, it’s easy to “p-hack” your way to glory with these models because there are so many ways to measure “the economy” but only a small sample size of elections for which we have reliable economic data.

All the glory would then have accrued to Maynard instead of Zhang.

This means my paintings can soon be experienced in their full glory without their quality being lowered or decimated!

Would-be perpetrators see all the attention, and they want some of that twisted glory for themselves.

But after those glory days, Kisangani's reputation took a turn.

Oh this happened, and Williams sold it in all of its campy glory.

There is one final lesson to learn before he crosses the threshold from darkness to glory.

In the decade following World War I, Hopper settled on a vein of imagery that has been his special glory ever since.

They appear to see not atrocities but adventure, not gore but glory.

Nogués and his brave lads have done their bit indeed for the glory of the Army of France.

Moreover, Napoleon, so great in many things, was so jealous of his own glory that he could be mean beyond words.

When I went out he accompanied me to the door, took my hand in both of his and said, "To-day you've covered yourself with glory!"

And he girded him about with a glorious girdle, and clothed him with a robe of glory, and crowned him with majestic attire.

How great glory did he gain when he lifted up his hands, and stretched out swords against the cities?


On this page you'll find 127 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to glory, such as: celebrity, dignity, grandeur, greatness, honor, and immortality.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.