Glorious may refer to:
- Glorious (album), a 1977 album by Gloria Gaynor
- "Glorious" (Andreas Johnson song), 1999
- "Glorious" (Natalie Imbruglia song), 2007
- "Glorious" (Muse song)
- "Glorious" (The Pierces song), 2011
- "Glorious" (Cascada song), 2013
- Glorious (Eddie Izzard), a stand-up comedy performance by the British comedian, Eddie Izzard
- HMS Glorious, the Royal Navy aircraft carrier
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Famous quotes containing the word glorious:
“This above all makes history useful and desirable: it unfolds before our eyes a glorious record of exemplary actions.”
—Titus Livius (Livy)
“I then went to the Parade. I saw the King. It was a glorious sight.... As a loadstone moves needles, or a storm bows the lofty oaks, did Frederick the Great make the Prussian officers submissive bend as he walked majestic in the midst of them.”
—James Boswell (17401795)
“Five oclock tea is a phrase our rude forefathers, even of the last generation, would scarcely have understood, so completely is it a thing of to-day; and yet, so rapid is the March of the Mind, it has already risen into a national institution, and rivals, in its universal application to all ranks and ages, and as a specific for all the ills that flesh is heir to, the glorious Magna Charta.”
—Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (18321898)