Glamour - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈɡlæmər|  American pronunciation of the word glamour
Brit.  |ˈɡlamə|  British pronunciation of the word glamour

noun

- alluring beauty or charm (often with sex-appeal) (syn: glamor)

verb

- cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something (syn: bewitch, enchant, hex, jinx, witch)

Examples

She left her hometown, attracted to the glamour of the big city.

an acting career filled with glitz and glamour

the glamour of the movie business

They've glamoured up the subtlety of the book too much.

Forget all you read about the glamour of television.

Designer clothes are not a passport to instant glamour.

The man had a glamour for me and drew me with the attraction of a magnet.

...fans are inevitably disappointed when the nimbus of glamour about their favorite celebrity turns out to be an illusion...

The glamour of their resounding titles blinded him to their faults.

Champagne always adds a touch of glamour to the occasion.

The glamour and glitter of London was not for him.

the tinsel and glamour of Hollywood

Add a lace top for a touch of glamour.

She grew tired of the glitz and glamour of Hollywood life.

...retro fashions that seek to capture the lost glamour of Hollywood in the 1930s...

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