glorify

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Synonyms for glorify

Synonyms for glorify

to raise to a high position or status

to honor (a deity) in religious worship

Synonyms for glorify

praise, glorify, or honor

bestow glory upon

Related Words

elevate or idealize, in allusion to Christ's transfiguration

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and carrying signs saying ''The Met glorifies terrorism'' before the first scheduled performance of ''The Death of Klinghoffer.
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Visit that, Janie, and I dare you to feel that this growing, living, young forest glorifies war.
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Anything that glorifies that phony, boastful bravery using guns and knives is something we should hold a line against.
Letters From the Infinite is a reminder that God loves us, resides in us and glorifies our lives provided that we tap into His inexhaustible supply.