Definition of 'glammed up'
Example sentences containing 'glammed up'
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
There you are, all glammed up one day, wellie-clad the next, covered in mud, nose running in the wind.The Sun (2011)
The Hollyoaks girls got all glammed up for the annual Hollyoaks Charity Ball at Chester Racecourse at the weekend.The Sun (2011)
Definition of glammed up from the Collins English Dictionary
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