Glorified [verb]

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The latter was suspended by Amazon’s Web-hosting service over the weekend after its users glorified the Capitol riot that resulted in five deaths, including one police officer, and left the country’s cathedral of democracy in tatters.

As the image appeared on screen for a few seconds, Todd quickly interrupted, “Let’s not glorify this” as MSNBC then quickly cut away.

In his case, Gohmert claimed vice presidents were meant to be more than “the glorified envelope-opener in chief,” a position at odds with more than a century of established practice.

Not all were thrilled about the idea of giving the toppled Davis monument a new home, arguing that even in its diminished state it glorifies the old ideologies.

A manager, then, can sometimes act as a glorified robot, “negotiating” rates that have already been set, claiming they’ve scored their client a deal when they would have gotten it with or without a manager.

He glorified him in the sight of kings, and gave him commandments in the sight of his people, and shewed him his glory.

Thou hast been favourable to the nation, O Lord, thou hast been favourable to the nation: art thou glorified?

That God might be glorified immediately, the former was constituted; that he might be glorified mediately, the latter was founded.

There came therefore a voice out of heaven, saying, "I have both glorified it, and will glorify it again."

Herein is my Father glorified, that ye bear much fruit: and so shall ye be my disciples.