glamourisation love

Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form 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)

Etymologies

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glamour +‎ -isation

Examples

  • One of the major influences on the increase in teen tobacco use is the glamourisation of tobacco use in movies and on television.

    Youth against cross-border tobacco advertising in films

  • PS: For those who may not have read them Ms R has written with some vitriol ok a fair bit but it was fun on a Girl with a One Trick Book and also on the current glamourisation of prostitution

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • PS: For those who may not have read them Ms R has written with some vitriol ok a fair bit but it was fun on a Girl with a One Trick Book and also on the current glamourisation of prostitution

    An intimate chat

  • If there's a reason to castigate Billie Piper, then her role in Belle de Jour - a blatant glamourisation of prostitution seems a good place to start.

    mirror.co.uk - Home

  • If you're not yet a fanatic, or have yet to be sold on the show's peculiar role in the overnight infamy of egg-white omelettes and three-cocktail lunches, then here's a quick browse through what could also be deemed as the glamourisation of the meal known as Lunch (or Dinner)

    TODAYonline

  • One of the major influences on the uptake of teen tobacco use is the glamourisation of tobacco use in movies and on television.

    American Chronicle

  • Pat Booth, a former investigative reporter who worked on exposing the drug ring lead by so-called Mr Asia, New Zealander Terry Clark, says he was "sickened '' by the glamourisation of criminals in the promotional material for the show.

    Daily Telegraph | Top Stories

  • Pat Booth, a former investigative reporter who worked on exposing the drug ring lead by so-called Mr Asia, New Zealander Terry Clark, says he was "sickened&squo; & squo; by the glamourisation of criminals in the promotional material for the show.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Pat Booth, a former investigative reporter who worked on exposing the drug ring lead by so-called Mr Asia, New Zealander Terry Clark, says he was "sickened '' by the glamourisation of criminals in the promotional material for the show.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Pat Booth, a former investigative reporter who worked on exposing the drug ring lead by so-called Mr Asia, New Zealander Terry Clark, says he was "sickened&squo; & squo; by the glamourisation of criminals in the promotional material for the show.

    Daily Telegraph | Top Stories

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