from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Full of or characterized by glamour.
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- adj. Having glamour; stylish.
- adj. Being associated with one or more glamours.
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- adj. having an air of allure, romance and excitement
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Also, his point about how the media only focuses on certain "glamorous" stories, not how they later get disproven, or even about the slower progress in the field, is true and frustrating.
After dinner at one of these joints, I imagined retreating to my space-age bachelorette pad at the Kon-Tiki apartments, lit nightly in glamorous red and blue to accent the banana-plant-and-wooden-canoe decor.
Songstress Taylor Swift never met a sparkle she didn't like -- her red carpet looks are 100 percent glitter and glitz, from sequined dresses in glamorous chiffon ...
Rarely do we think of those working in glamorous professions in which the highest earners can make tens of thousands of dollars a day.
Songstress Taylor Swift never met a sparkle she didn't like -- her red carpet looks are 100 percent glitter and glitz, from sequined dresses in glamorous chiffon to chandelier earrings to peep-toe shoes in silver and gold.
The Dior scandal came a week after Vogue's profile of Syria's first lady, who is described as glamorous, young and very chic - "a rose in the desert."
The Dior scandal came a week after Vogue's profile of Syria's first lady, who is described as glamorous, young, and very chic -- "a rose in the desert."
Performing a whimsical mix of popular German chansons and original compositions alongside Cuban rumbas, cheery foxtrots, elegant tangos and covers of modern pop songs, Palast has earned rave reviews and standing ovations in glamorous concert halls across the globe.
The editors have assembled the work of seventeen "largely self-taught" photographers, from the schizophrenic Adolf Wölfli (1864-1930) to the Humbert Humbert — like Morton Bartlett (1909-1992), who obsessively photographed little plaster girl figurines, all homemade, in glamorous nymphet poses.
Y-que, my favorite t-shirt store in glamorous Silverlake, LA, CA, claims to have been "gagged by Google."