glamournoun [U]UK (US glamor) uk /ˈɡlæm.ər/ us /-ɚ/
- Compared to the extravagance and glamour of last winter's clothes, this season's collection look simple, almost workaday.
- Modern luxury ships are a pale imitation of the glamour and style of the early ocean liners.
- The party's electoral message may be obscured by the glitz and glamour of its presentation.
- He was drawn to the metropolitan glamour and excitement of Paris.
- Some people are attracted by the glamour of working in television.
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