Definition of glorify:
promulgate, laud, inspire, rise, metamorphose, transmogrify, enliven, spiritualize, inebriate, religion, animate, tickle pink, exclaim, exhilarate, uplift, apotheosize, spiritualise, panegyrize, extol, aggrandize, thrill, apotheosize, exalt, beatify, predicate, invigorate, elevate, ennoble, transfigure, proclaim, magnify.
- celebrate (part of speech: verb)
- idolize (part of speech: verb)
- praise (part of speech: verb)
- flatter (part of speech: verb)
- "The Works of John Bunyan Volume 3", John Bunyan.
Mysterious allusions, hidden in a tangle of highly polished, artificial, slow- moving rhymes, glorify, not a sweet womanly presence, but a fleeting vision, a shadow, whose elusive charms infatuated the poet in his dreams.- "Jewish Literature and Other Essays", Gustav Karpeles.
As the angel understood everything, he told me first, that glorifications and celebrations of the Lord are made from the Word, because then they are made from the Lord; for the Lord is the Word, that is, the essential divine truth therein; and he said, " Now in particular they glorify and celebrate the Lord by these words, which were spoken by Daniel the prophet, 'Thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay; they shall mingle themselves together by the seed of man; but they shall not cohere.- "The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love", Emanuel Swedenborg.