Definitions

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  • noun Same as glamour.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of glamour.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun alluring beauty or charm (often with sex-appeal)

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Police departments would no longer have a ready supply of easy busts, where a lot of money and glamor is involved.

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  • Police departments would no longer have a ready supply of easy busts, where a lot of money and glamor is involved.

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  • Police departments would no longer have a ready supply of easy busts, where a lot of money and glamor is involved.

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  • Police departments would no longer have a ready supply of easy busts, where a lot of money and glamor is involved.

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  • Police departments would no longer have a ready supply of easy busts, where a lot of money and glamor is involved.

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  • Police departments would no longer have a ready supply of easy busts, where a lot of money and glamor is involved.

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  • Police departments would no longer have a ready supply of easy busts, where a lot of money and glamor is involved.

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  • Your bizarre victory dance after being flayed by glamor is just sad and pitiful

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  • Police departments would no longer have a ready supply of easy busts, where a lot of money and glamor is involved.

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  • Police departments would no longer have a ready supply of easy busts, where a lot of money and glamor is involved.

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  • Taking the "u" out of most words creates instant Thom Yorkisms.

    Somehow becomes satirical comment on society. Makes the word "glamour" seem rather bland and inept at even describing timeless elegance nevermind the vacuity of contemporary society etc etc.

    March 12, 2009

  • the etymological root of glamo(u)r is grammar according to Owen Barfield, head of the Oxford inklings

    March 12, 2009