Synonyms for Glorious:
adj.•adored, idiolized; divine (adjective)
famous, enjoyable, bright, great, noble, grand, memorable, eminent, gratifying, delightful, Famed, magnificent, time-honored, distinguished, immortal, heavenly, wonderful, well-known, renowned, gorgeous, marvelous, venerable, heroic, honored, preeminent, splendid, resplendent, beautiful, triumphant, pleasurable, celebrated, notable, illustrious, remarkable, brilliant, sublime, exalted.
angelic, exquisite, stunning, elegant, breathtaking, ravishing.
delightful, joyful, rhapsodic, marvelous, miraculous, wonderful, blissful, ecstatic, heavenly, Wonderous, fabulous.
huge, high-flying, leading, successful, thriving, big, triumphant.
n.burning, boiling, scorching, mild, red hot, balmy, warm, scalding, tropical. enchanting, festive, agreeable, pleasant, gratifying. gorgeous, Splendorous. dreamy, super, fantastical, cool, dandy, sensational, hot, ripping, swell, keen, tremendous, good, neat, fantastic, nifty, groovy, terrific. •glorious (noun)
divine, elysian, illustrious, lustrous, incandescent, splendiferous, blessed, empyrean, proud, blest, empyreal, brilliant, beautiful, sublime, redoubtable, impressive, splendid, historied, inspired, resplendent, respected, bright, magnificent, celebrated, storied.
groovy, ripping, Splendorous, nifty. distinguished. gorgeous, tremendous. sensational, dandy, dreamy. hot, keen, cool, terrific, neat. fantastical. fantastic. •eminent
Usage examples for glorious
Up betimes yesterday and to- day, the sun rising very bright and glorious and yet yesterday, as it hath been these two months and more, was a foul day the most part of the day. – Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright by Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke