glory[ glawr-ee, glohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF glory
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLORY
It was his glory that he could sacrifice it at the call of duty.
Voices were raised saying we had to look to our past for the greatness and glory.
Ireland had proved the glory of Mr. Gladstone's administration.
To get it all you must live there, to be interpenetrated by its glory of decay.
She had no real notion yet of what is meant by the glory of God.
There was no money in it—nothing but a little Massachusetts glory.
The campaigns of Napoleon, with their atmosphere of glory, illustrate this.
Why resist, and refuse the glory of belonging to the faculty?
For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever.
Let them think of the glory of Athens, and her imperial fame.