Definitions for glamourˈglæm ər
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alluring beauty or charm (often with sex-appeal)
hex, bewitch, glamour, witch, enchant, jinx(verb)
cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
an item, motif, person, image that by association improves appearance
Witchcraft; magic charm; a spell affecting the eye, making objects appear different from what they really are.
A kind of haze in the air, causing things to appear different from what they really are.
Any artificial interest in, or association with, an object, or person, through which it or they appear delusively magnified or glorified.
Alluring beauty or charm (often with sex-appeal)
Origin: From gramarye.
a charm affecting the eye, making objects appear different from what they really are
witchcraft; magic; a spell
a kind of haze in the air, causing things to appear different from what they really are
any artificial interest in, or association with, an object, through which it appears delusively magnified or glorified
Origin: [Scot. glamour, glamer; cf. Icel. glmeggdr one who is troubled with the glaucoma (?); or Icel. glm-sni weakness of sight, glamour; glmr name of the moon, also of a ghost + sni sight, akin to E. see. Perh., however, a corruption of E. gramarye.]
Glamour is a women's magazine published by Condé Nast Publications. Founded in 1939 in the United States, it was originally called Glamour of Hollywood. Local editions are now published in numerous countries including the United Kingdom, United States, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Russia, Greece, Poland, South Africa, Brazil, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Mexico. In most cases it is a monthly publication. The magazine became a global hit.
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