glory (n.)
splendour, magnificence, brilliance
E3 II.i.399[Warwick to Countess] The King will in his glory hide thy shame
E3 II.i.449[Warwick to Countess, of King Edward] A spacious field of reasons could I urge / Between his glory ... and thy shame
E3 II.ii.71[King Edward alone] love hath eyes as judgement to his steps, / Till too much loved glory dazzles them
Sonn.60.7[of maturity] Crooked eclipses 'gainst his glory fight
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