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bask/bathe in somebody’s/something’s (reflected) glory

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbask/bathe in somebody’s/something’s (reflected) glorybask/bathe in somebody’s/something’s (reflected) gloryFAMOUSto share some of the importance and praise that belongs to someone close to you glory
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bask/bathe in somebody’s/something’s (reflected) gloryAnd, on occasions like last Sunday's Baftas, bathe in reflected glory. % % % Overreaction?She would have basked in the reflected glory of their marriages; she could have boasted of her sons-in-law for ever more.His boss sat on the forty-first floor and was still basking in the reflected glory of his minion.A less ambitious painter would have been content merely to bask in the glory that his canvases had earned him.I certainly don't want to bask in any reflected glory.Nigel went on for years basking in the glory of his first book.
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