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They acknowledge that this is not always the easiest or quickest or most glamorous way to do science. Smithsonian Mag (2017)It's harder and much less glamorous to expose their claims as lies. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It's flattering, glamorous and something to hide beneath. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your new love has a glamorous lifestyle. The Sun (2014)There are very glamorous people out there. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The end of the affair was somewhat less glamorous. Times, Sunday Times (2013)THERE'S something glamorous about being a sniper. The Sun (2011)Getting up early and having the world to yourself is the cheapest way to feel glamorous. The Sun (2011)The techniques here are not exciting and glamorous. Market-led Strategic Change (1991)His early life was glamorous beyond belief. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Shared success leads to a glamorous lifestyle but trust keeps it strong. The Sun (2013)Or the way that many people invent glamorous exes to boost their own cachet. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The battle to balance her books was far less glamorous. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It does seem crazy not to go glamorous and wear something amazing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Can there be a more glamorous way to face our mortality? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Not because being a minister is easy or exciting or glamorous. Christianity Today (2000)And they refuse to let little mishaps spoil their glamorous lifestyle. The Sun (2009)How glamorous people are varies hugely as well. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Increasingly the rustic retreat is being eschewed for something more glamorous but still in the country. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Very beautiful and glamorous and all that, but she got a bit green after she married. Times, Sunday Times (2006)My mum was extremely glamorous, beautiful and very into style and fashion. The Sun (2013)He runs with a crowd of glamorous, beautiful and famous people. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Sitting with him, it struck me this is not work at the glamorous end of life. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was destined to collapse, but it went in such a glamorous way. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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British English: glamorous /ˈɡlæmərəs/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or something as glamorous, you mean that they are more attractive, exciting, or interesting than ordinary people or things.
...the glamorous lifestyle of the rich and famous.
- American English: glamorous
- Arabic: فَاتِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: glamouroso
- Chinese: 富有魅力的
- Croatian: glamurozan
- Czech: okouzlující
- Danish: glamourøs
- Dutch: aantrekkelijk
- European Spanish: glamuroso
- Finnish: loistokas
- French: glamour
- German: glamourös
- Greek: σαγηνευτικός
- Italian: affascinante
- Japanese: 魅力的な
- Korean: 매혹적인
- Norwegian: strålende
- Polish: czarujący
- European Portuguese: glamoroso
- Romanian: fascinant
- Russian: эффектный
- Spanish: glamuroso
- Swedish: glamorös
- Thai: ซึ่งมีเสน่ห์
- Turkish: göz kamaştırıcı
- Ukrainian: гламурний
- Vietnamese: quyến rũ
Definition of glamorous from the Collins English Dictionary
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