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  • noun Alternative spelling of glamorization.

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

  • noun the act of glamorizing; making something or someone more beautiful (often in a superficial way)

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Examples

  • Inevitably, in portraying events on the silver screen, compressing longer stories and simplifying more complex tales leads to some glamorisation.

    Women didn't just strike in Dagenham

  • Again, the photographs were a reaction to the glitzy unrealness of the fashion photography that Vogue usually featured, but here the extremity of Day's vision provoked outrage and hysterical headlines about the glamorisation of anorexia and hard drug use.

    Corinne Day: she added grit to the glamour of fashion photography

  • There is nothing in the formula as presented by Barrie that can be twisted into a recommendation for the glamorisation of anything.

    Wells and Women

  • This passage, which Wells selected to quote from Barrie, makes nonsense of Mr. West's objection to my account of the supposed formula and nonsense also of Mr. West's assertion that "there is nothing in the formula as presented by Barrie that can be twisted into a recommendation for the glamorisation of anything."

    Wells and Women

  • (2008, 15, Momentum), he portrays the notorious French outlaw with an admirable ambiguity which undercuts any crass glamorisation of his violent lifestyle.

    Film | guardian.co.uk

  • Well not really a statement, more a glamorisation.

    videos.antville.org

  • Escapism at its best (if you blinker yourself to the wanton glamorisation of prostitution).

    News from TV.com

  • Well not really a statement, more a glamorisation.

    videos.antville.org

  • Escapism at its best (if you blinker yourself to the wanton glamorisation of prostitution).

    News from TV.com

  • Alejandro was directed by New York-based fashion photographer Steven Klein - noted for his work with Madonna - and succeeds in rivalling the controversy of Telephone with its lesbian prison sex and glamorisation of mass murder.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

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