Definitions for glamorousˈglæm ər əs

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word glamorous

Princeton's WordNet

  1. glamorous, glamourous(adj)

    having an air of allure, romance and excitement

    "glamorous movie stars"

Wiktionary

  1. glamorous(Adjective)

    Having glamour; stylish.

  2. glamorous(Adjective)

    Being associated with one or more glamours.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Paul Theroux:

    Travel is only glamorous in retrospect.

  2. Aretha Franklin:

    It's so glamorous, you have to see it. (describing the 92 million Rock & Roll Hall of Fame)

  3. Sean Ely:

    It was always really the fast lane, being the son of a rock star, people may think it's really glamorous, but there's a lot of absences.

  4. Janet Hoek:

    If tobacco packages are no longer glamorous or appealing, but are instead unattractive and off-putting, fewer young people will be tempted.

  5. Tom Cridland:

    It's made out of organic cotton and then a little bit of polyester, which doesn't sound so glamorous, but is very helpful for functionality, mobility, and comfort.


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