Synonyms of glory in English:

glory


See definition of glory

noun

1‘a sport that has won him glory abroad’

SYNONYMS

renown, fame, prestige, honour, distinction, kudos, eminence, pre-eminence, acclaim, acclamation, celebrity, praise, accolades, laurels, recognition, note, notability, credit, repute, reputation, name, illustriousness, lustre

informal bouquets

rare laudation

ANTONYMS

shame, obscurity

2‘glory be to God in the highest’

SYNONYMS

praise, worship, glorification, adoration, veneration, honour, reverence, exaltation, extolment, homage, tribute, thanksgiving, thanks, blessing

rare laudation, magnification

3‘a late 17th century house restored to its former glory’

SYNONYMS

magnificence, splendour, resplendence, grandeur, majesty, greatness, impressiveness, gloriousness, nobility, pomp, stateliness, sumptuousness, opulence, beauty, elegance, brilliance, gorgeousness, splendidness

ANTONYMS

lowliness, modesty

4‘the glories of Vermont’

SYNONYMS

wonder, beauty, delight, wonderful thing, glorious thing, marvel, phenomenon

sight, spectacle


verb

1‘individuals who gloried in their independence’

SYNONYMS

take great pleasure in, exult in, rejoice in, delight in, revel in

relish, savour, greatly enjoy

take great pride in, preen oneself on, congratulate oneself on, be proud of

boast about, crow about, gloat about

informal get a kick out of, get a thrill out of

archaic plume oneself on, pique oneself on

ANTONYMS

feel ashamed of