1. Simple past tense and past participle of glorify
    They sang hymns that glorified God.


  1. transformed into something glorious (often used sarcastically)
    • 1959 Andrew Gray, "A treatise on gyrostatics and rotational motion"
      The gyroscope is however merely a glorified spinning top […]
    • 1986 Roy Lubove, "The Struggle for Social Security, 1900-1935"
      Voluntary thrift, embodied in industrial insurance, nurtured character, but social insurance was merely a glorified form of poor law legislation.
    • 2004 Lloyd Manning Wells, "From Anzio to the Alps: an American soldier's story"
      If the captain was only a glorified first aid man as he claimed, the emphasis has to be on the glory he deserved for the way in which he did his job.

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