Glorious Definition

glôrē-əs
adjective
gloriouser, gloriousest
Having, giving, or deserving glory.
Webster's New World
Conferring or advancing glory.
A glorious achievement.
American Heritage
Splendid; magnificent.
Webster's New World
Very delightful or enjoyable.
Webster's New World
The definition of glorious is a person or thing that is magnificent and worthy of high praise.
An example of glorious is a wonderful dance performance.
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Other Word Forms of Glorious

Adjective

Base Form:
glorious
Comparative:
gloriouser
Superlative:
gloriousest

Origin of Glorious

  • Anglo-Norman and Old French glorius et al., from Latin glōriōsus. Replaced native Middle English wuldrig, from Old English.

    From Wiktionary

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