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The cottage is surrounded by the most glorious countryside.
The colors are quite glorious.
a glorious sunny day
Ireland has won a glorious victory over England.
reminders of the country's glorious past
We had a glorious time.
a gloriously pink sunset
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English version of definition of glorious
a game in which two teams of seven players take turns to chase and try to touch players on the opposing team
satirical writing or art uses humour to criticize people or things and make them seem silly
a response to a scathing comment or unpleasant situation
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American definition of glorious from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.