Definition of 'glorified'
Example sentences containing 'glorified'
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Everyone was expecting a society wedding and what he was suggesting they do was put on a glorified business party. YELLOW BIRDThe shop was one of those curious shops with rooms (two of them little more than glorified cupboards) opening off a twisting main room. A DEATH IN TIMEAll that could be done for Mac now would be taken care of by people far more competent than a glorified coalminer from West Virginia. CORMORANT
Trends of 'glorified'
Used Occasionally. glorified is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'glorified'
British English: glorified ADJECTIVE
You use glorified to indicate that something is less important or impressive than its name suggests.
Sometimes they tell me I'm just a glorified waitress.
Definition of glorified from the Collins English Dictionary
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