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.
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