vainglory, vain-glory (n.) Old form(s): Vaine-glories, vaine-glory
showy event, ostentatious activity
TC III.iii.259[Thersites to Achilles, of Ajax] if Hector break not his neck i'th' combat, he'll break't himself in vainglory
Tim I.ii.247[Apemantus to Timon] What needs these feasts, pomps, and vainglories?
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