Definition of 'glamour'
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Example sentences containing 'glamour'
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Your partner will add glamour to your life. The Sun (2011)Suddenly the glamour and the glitz went out of the game. The Sun (2009)Things you try for the first time go well and add glamour and excitement to your life. The Sun (2014)Watch the figures soar into the millions as the gadgets and glamour add up. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Why do we still have to talk about this obviously anguished former glamour model? Times, Sunday Times (2013)They retain the rugged residual glamour of life on the move. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Perhaps you are swayed by the glitz and glamour. The Sun (2008)People you meet for the first time add excitement and glamour to your life. The Sun (2014)This is a genuine representation of thirtysomethings with a bit of money and glamour. The Sun (2011)But the former glamour model is as thick as a banana smoothie. The Sun (2015)Pure luck adds a dash of showbiz glamour to your life. The Sun (2008)It portrays the glamour and excitement but pulls no punches portraying the bad guys. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They will bring glamour and style to proceedings but are liable to sink without trace at the first signs of trouble. The Sun (2014)They bring us glamour - and fun. The Sun (2010)She's going to bring so much glamour. The Sun (2015)I would love to watch all the glitz and glamour. The Sun (2011)We are introduced to his Southern charm in a whirlpool bath full of glamour models and a bottle of bourbon. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The glamour model 's lots include canvas prints of photographs of her and the Aussie singer in happier times. The Sun (2010)She has become sad and embarrassing and over in some way, a reminder that glamour and allure are as fleeting and elusive as the British summer. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'glamour'
British English: glamour NOUN
Glamour is the quality of being more attractive, exciting, or interesting than ordinary people or things.
...the glamour of show biz.
Definition of glamour from the Collins English Dictionary
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