Glorious [adjective]

Definition of Glorious:

adored, idiolized; divine

Opposite/Antonyms of Glorious:

Sentence/Example of Glorious:

Nonetheless, you guys persisted, becoming a major force behind the glorious storming of the Capitol, which resulted in some of you being arrested because, proud of your genius, you posted your treason on social media.

The stretches of water make patches of a beautiful emerald and a rich blue in the landscape … Pale orange sunsets making the fields look blue, and glorious yellow suns.

Then I sort of forgot about them again, until I watched Edgar Wright’s glorious documentary The Sparks Brothers, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

“Perhaps,” Vinther says, “there was a glorious past where dinosaurs were strutting around and showing their cloacas off.”

You’ve got to be able to control the narrative and persuade the public that you have led the nation on to great and glorious things.

The Infinite Race begins and ends with glorious, sweeping aerial shots of the Tarahumara engaged in this activity.

The PlayStation 5 update of “Ghost of Tsushima” offers one of the year’s most beautifully striking games in glorious 60 frames per second.

Numerous presidential elections have not been settled after one day of glorious democracy.

It serves as a reminder of the fragility of life, even one full of glorious possibilities.

When I want another way to say “great,” it’s the glorious option I go with.