the glory for the exploit went to the captain
glory be to God
the glory of the king's reign
the glory of the sunset
"We are all motivated by a keen desire for praise, and the better a man is, the more he is inspired by glory. The very philosophers themselves, even in those books which they write on contempt of glory, inscribe their names"
"The paths of glory lead but to the grave"
"Not in utter nakedness,But trailing clouds of glory do we come"
"To the greater glory of God (ad majorem Dei gloriam)"Motto of the Society of Jesus
"Thus passes the glory of the world (sic transit gloria mundi)"Anon.
"The same might be said of Connolly, who reportedly craved mobster admiration even as he gloried in his role as Boston's Mafia slayer.Irish Times (2002)
Ford and Stella gloried in it until the long winter nights and the seemingly endless wet finally got to them.Ford Madox Ford
Here the Parthians had once gloried and drunk deep in the pantheistic heart of their empire.Somewhere East of Life
I gloried in my reclaimed Miss-hood For the past month, I've been living in lovely Victoria, B. C, home of many retirees.Globe and Mail (2003)
NOT so long ago, to the puzzlement of foreigners, Britons gloried in rising house prices.Times, Sunday Times (2002)
She gloried in her eccentricity, claimed it as commitment, and gave a cause a bad name.A Trout in the Milk
The pair referred to September 11" as Holy Tuesday" and gloried in the atrocities that left more than 2,800 dead.Sun, News of the World (2002)
We have a report his forces have partially destroyed the Livadia Palace, where once the Romanovs gloried and drank deep.Somewhere East of Life