KJV Dictionary Definition: vainglorious
VAINGLO'RIOUS, a. vain and glorious.
1. Vain to excess of one's own achievements; elated beyond due measure; boastful.
2. Boastful; proceeding from vanity.
Arrogant and vainglorious expression.
VAINGLO'RIOUSLY, adv. With empty pride.
VAINGLO'RY, n. vain and glory. Exclusive vanity excited by one's own performances; empty pride; undue elation of mind.
He hath nothing of vainglory.
Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory. Phil. 2.