How to Pronounce glories?

Correct pronunciation for the word "glories" is [ɡlˈɔːɹɪz], [ɡlˈɔːɹɪz], [ɡ_l_ˈɔː_ɹ_ɪ_z].

"Glories" in context

Glories refer to the splendor and honor that suggests admiration and reverence. It is usually associated with a noble or honorable person, action or period. For example, the American Revolution is said to have been a glorious period for the United States of America. Some people refer to the grandeur of a building or monument as a glory such as the Taj Mahal. Glories can also refer to spiritual magnificence, as seen in many religious texts such as the Bible.

The phrase "glory days" is often used to depict a period of great success or achievement.

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