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Having glamour.‘one of the world's most glamorous women’
exciting, stimulating, thrilling, fascinating, high profile, dazzling, glittering, glossy, tinselledalluring, beautiful, attractive, elegant, chic, smart, well dressed, stylish, fashionableView synonyms
- ‘Both fields look so glamorous from outside but it's so tough out there.’
- ‘It came as a shock to learn that they were not these glamorous, mysterious creatures but that they had feet of clay.’
- ‘My local station was 100 years old this year, and is rather less glamorous.’
- ‘None of this will make vaccines as glamorous - or as profitable - as drugs.’
- ‘All those beautiful women will make swimming seem more glamorous to the rest of the world.’
- ‘Remember when the thought of mobile phone at the pool seemed glamorous?’
- ‘Although it was less glamorous, it was still very comfortable.’
- ‘Her schoolgirl French sounded very glamorous to me.’
- ‘Styling may sound very glamorous, but it's not all it seems.’
- ‘The glamorous showbiz star has a huge cocaine addiction and it was starting to affect her work’
- ‘The acclaim was richly deserved, but things were less glamorous from her point of view.’
- ‘He is actually playing the part of a giant doughnut, which doesn't sound very glamorous to us.’
- ‘So how does she find the time to look so glamorous?’
- ‘From a business point of view, these are not the most glamorous companies.’
- ‘The whole place is impossibly glamorous and the wealth on display is something else.’
- ‘But for me, its certainly not the money and its not the glamorous lifestyle.’
- ‘I did my hair every day, and felt almost glamorous at times.’
- ‘The media focus as much on his glamorous lifestyle as on his flourishing business.’
- ‘But the whole point is, I wanted the devil to be glamorous.’
- ‘I was wondering how I could make my hair look as glamorous.’
Note that although glamor is an American spelling of glamour, glamorous is not an American form. This word is spelled the same way in both British and American English, and glamourous is regarded as an error
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