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  • adverb In a glamorous manner.

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Examples

  • "glamorously" at a young age - because he always wanted to emulate his idol SID VICIOUS.

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  • One of the inspirations for the show was a photograph in Life of the silent star Gloria Swanson posing glamorously in the ruins of a theater being demolished, a perfect image of a world on the verge of extinction.

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  • She also brought along a pair of glamorously large sunnies which we're rather upset she didn't wear.

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  • If the show is glamorously elaborate, however, it's worth noting that the album that it's nominally promoting – 2010's Aphrodite – is really as near as Minogue is ever going to come to a back-to-basics record.

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  • Showing Braun, a former model, relaxing with friends at home and posing glamorously in a swimsuit while on vacation, this collection of previously unreleased photographs comes from a cache of images confiscated by the U.S. Army in 1945 and brought to light by collector and curator Reinhard Schulz exclusively for LIFE.

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  • But it was an inspired idea of Bean's to transpose the action to glamorously sleazy 1963 Brighton: a place that, as Keith Waterhouse famously said, always look as if it is about to help police with their enquiries.

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  • Among those not buying into the "Celebrity Rehab" school of repentant confession: Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, whose iconic status for nearly half a century has been inextricably — and often glamorously — linked to his dissolute lifestyle.

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  • One of the inspirations for the show was a photograph in Life of the silent star Gloria Swanson posing glamorously in the ruins of a theater being demolished, a perfect image of a world on the verge of extinction.

    Howard Kissel: Regrets... Follies

  • It wasn't exactly as if she was dressing glamorously either.

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  • One of the inspirations for the show was a photograph in Life of the silent star Gloria Swanson posing glamorously in the ruins of a theater being demolished, a perfect image of a world on the verge of extinction.

    Howard Kissel: Regrets... Follies

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