gloried gloried


  1. (n) a state of high honor
  2. (n) brilliant radiant beauty
  3. (n) an indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint
  4. (v) rejoice proudly


  1. Delp gloried in the attention of railbirds and backstretch buddies.
  2. Sweden's Queen Christina gloried in pants, as did Novelist George Sand.
  3. Jack O'Brian, 51, who gloried in making enemies during his 15 caustic years covering TV for Hearst's New York Journal-American, will probably make just as many in his new job.


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  1. "So far as air strategy was concerned," adds British historian AJP Taylor, "the British outdid German frightfulness first in theory, later in practice, and a nation which claimed to be fighting for a moral cause gloried in the extent of its...
    on Jun 25, 2008 By: AJP Taylor Source: Yahoo! News

  2. "I met and began a romance with a Brazilian fashion model, and gloried in the envy of my friends," wrote McCain. "We danced on the terrace overlooking the bay until one o'clock in the morning, when I felt her cheek was moist."
    on Sep 23, 2008 By: John McCain Source: ABC News

  3. Julian Bond remembers, Kunstler "gloried in appearing in these courtrooms. He saw it as a real challenge and leapt to the challenge."
    on Jun 22, 2010 By: Julian Bond Source: PopMatters

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