Definition of 'glories'
Example sentences containing 'glories'
The moat had always been one of the glories of Castlemere, a smooth ring of water on which swans were accustomed to float.THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (2001)
But there were far more than these; countries and cities whose names conjured glories.EVERVILLE (2001)
The gospel according to Freud talks of guns and penises being a source of power, about the glories of conquest.SKORPION'S DEATH (2001)
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