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- adj. Having glamour; stylish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having an air of allure, romance and excitement.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of glamour or alluring charm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having an air of allure, romance and excitement
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I do know that there is nothing glamorous about Buffalo, or Newark, or Lowell Mass., or the mines and steel mills of Western Pa., nor is there anything glamourous about the immigrant jobs or immigrant neighborhoods in glamourous places like NYC, Boston, Chicago, SF, and the like.
I am totally against the disproportionate use of resources for the "glamourous" aspects of policing.
That "glamourous" quality which makes the elsewhen so appealing is, to give it its proper name, Romanticism, and this is a major factor in the excusing of the incredible.
Cigarettes are set to be sold in plain packaging without logos in a bid to further strip smoking of its 'glamourous' image.
Mr Putin, the former KGB spy who is known for his judo expertise and love of fishing, sat on a sofa veiled by a lace curtain with a "glamourous" woman, the band claimed.
Adams complained that the celebrity life is not as "glamourous" as it looks, nor as
Suffice to say that yes, things can be pricey here, particularly if you want to live any kind of glamourous lifestyle.
My first 'real' career was in the journalism trade - it looks kind of glamourous on television shows but in reality it's a non-stop barrage of boring tedious junk.
"glamourous" enough to be considered a priority for new equipment, compared with EXs and EAs.
"For a radiographer, this profile is the most" glamourous "and there are very few specialists around.