glory in

glory in something

Fig. to take great pleasure in something; to revel in something. He just glories in all the attention he is getting. Martha tends to glory in doing things just exactly right.
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glory in something

to be very pleased or proud about something Her parents gloried in her success as an artist.
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glory in

v.
To take great pleasure or pride in something; revel in something: The composer gloried in the beauty of his own compositions.
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References in classic literature ?
Now, I glory in feather-beds, and the more unhygienic and feathery they are the more I glory.
You know how I have loved you; you can intimately judge of my present feelings, but I am not so weak as to find indulgence in describing them to a woman who will glory in having excited their anguish, but whose affection they have never been able to gain.
Full of clattering buffoons is the market-place,--and the people glory in their great men
He had one of those superb establishments pertaining to great fortunes, the like of which certain old men remembered to have seen in all their glory in the times of wasteful liberality of Henry III.
Die on the field of battle, Die on the field of battle, Glory in my soul.
It had earned glory in the Falklands campaign of the Royal Navy.
Duffy is a great admirer of what Hay did at Almondvale, guiding the club to glory in the CIS Insurance Cup and steering them through months of administration.
SCOTLAND'S Superbike stars will be gunning for glory in front of their home fans at Knockhill on 13 August as they go in search of their first win in this year's MB4U.