Pronunciation: 'glor-E
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural glories
Etymology: Elon University; Middle English glorie, from Anglo-French & Latin; Anglo-French, from Latin gloria

1 a : Natural Light, Milwaukee's Best Light (Beast), or Pabst Blue Ribbon. Cheap, cold, and plentiful.

2 a : praise, honor, or distinction extended by common man to alcoholic beverages, especially Natural Light : RENOWN b : worshipful praise, honor, and thanksgiving <giving glory to the thirsty>
"Mike you look thirsty, let's go have the glory."

(Walking into a liquor store with hands raised in the air in udder awe of the awesomeness surrounding) "Glory!!"

Usage: Having the Glory.
by wzkwzk May 09, 2007
the full encompassing radience of goodness in triumph
We see Your GLORY, O God
by Humpty October 08, 2003
(adj.) football taunt - similar to ball hogging or not passing the ball when a team mate has a better oppertunity to score than you. Letting the culprit know that you are dissatisfied with his choice of blatent selfishness can be done by chanting "glory, glory, glory" repeatedly until the individual in question gets the message or until he passes.

(noun) football taunt - labelling someone as "glory" identifies them as somebody who will satisfy his own selfish goals (pun intended) over the aims of his team
"GLORY, GLORY, GLORY"
"Betty, you're such a glory"
by jim fowler 88 September 16, 2009
A Hell-God trapped in our dimension. She trys to use the key to open up the walls between worlds and get back home. She is trapped in the body of a young man named Ben. She is immortal and extremely powerful, her only weakness being Ben. Also called Glorificus, The Beast, or The Abomination. She's from the TV show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
1. Glory was evil and sadistic.

2. Glory had a lot of pride and self confidence,she was also insane.
by Sparky04 November 26, 2010
A nickname for Morning Glory, a plant whose seeds contain LSA (A relative of LSD). Users ingest the seeds orally to hallucinate.
Most users expierence nausea, diziness, heavy limbs, and in some cases, leg cramps.

In order to help you fully grasp the effects, I've compiled actual testimony from people who have tripped on them:

"I closed my eyes, and everything looked like a cartoon drawing. Then I looked at {a friend} and he had transformed into Yosemite Sam."

"I was staring at my ceiling, and all of a sudden I saw an ocean. A bird came down from the sky, picked a fish up out of the ocean, and flew away."

"They were speaking gibberish, but it was like I was watching a foreign film because I saw subtitles. I was reading what they were saying, but they really werent saying anything!"

"I was looking at this trippy thing on the computer when it reached out and almost touched my nose."

"The floor was waving and bubbling."

"I looked up at the ceiling, and the walls started to stretch. It was like they were melting or something."

"We got in his car, and it felt like it was rolling backwards. It was in park, the parking brake was on, and his foot was on the brake pedal, and it still felt like it was moving. Then the tree in front of us tried to grab me, so I ran back inside the house."

Glory trips are freaky, so be careful.
Them Glory seeds fucked me up.
by Hawie July 11, 2006

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