What is another word for Glorifying?

Pronunciation: [ɡlˈɔːɹɪfˌa͡ɪɪŋ] (IPA)

Glorifying is a verb that often refers to the act of praising or celebrating something in a positive light. To convey a similar meaning, one can use various synonyms such as exalt, celebrate, commend, extol, or honor. Another way to express glorifying is to use words like laud, magnify, elevate, or adore. To describe an action that highlights the greatness or importance of a particular thing, words like venerate, reverence, or worship can be used. Similarly, words like aggrandize, apotheosize, canonize, or deify, are more ambitious and extreme ways of expressing glorification. In essence, there are various words that can be used in place of glorifying, depending on the context and desired emphasis.

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Usage examples for Glorifying

Mists, and rain, and darkness seemed to have fled from her life, and in their place a full tide of summer sunshine, in which the birds sang gladly, and the flowers seemed to spring up and open unconsciously, was crowning and Glorifying the day.
"My Little Lady"
Eleanor Frances Poynter
Do you suppose that I am Glorifying myself by living here?
"From the Housetops"
George Barr McCutcheon
This, Sir, is the treaty which our commercial cities are Glorifying; this is the treaty which has turned our "winter of discontent" into "glorious summer."
"A Letter to the Hon. Samuel Eliot, Representative in Congress From the City of Boston, In Reply to His Apology For Voting For the Fugitive Slave Bill."

Famous quotes with Glorifying

  • Glorifying violence is terrible. Simulating sex is nothing - it's something so impersonal really.
    Bo Derek

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