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also glam·our·ous  (glăm′ər-əs)
Full of or characterized by glamour.

glam′or·ous·ly adv.
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(ˈɡlæmərəs) or


1. possessing glamour; alluring and fascinating: a glamorous career.
2. beautiful and smart, esp in a showy way: a glamorous woman.
ˈglamorously, ˈglamourously adv
ˈglamorousness, ˈglamourousness n
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or glam•our•ous

(ˈglæm ər əs)

1. full of glamour; fascinatingly attractive; alluring.
2. full of excitement, adventure, and unusual activity: to have a glamorous job.
glam′or•ous•ly, adv.
glam′or•ous•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.glamorous - having an air of allure, romance and excitement; "glamorous movie stars"
exciting - creating or arousing excitement; "an exciting account of her trip"
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1. attractive, beautiful, lovely, charming, entrancing, elegant, dazzling, enchanting, captivating, alluring, bewitching some of the world's most beautiful and glamorous women
attractive plain, dull, unattractive, colourless, unglamorous
2. exciting, glittering, prestigious, glossy, glitzy (slang) his glamorous playboy lifestyle
exciting dull, unglamorous, unexciting
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also glamourous
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[ˈglæmərəs] ADJ [person, dress] → atractivo y sofisticado, glamo(u)roso; [job] → con mucho glamour, rodeado de gloria or grandeza; [life] → sofisticado; [place, gathering] → elegante, sofisticado
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[ˈglæmərəs] adj
[person] → séduisant(e), chic inv
She's very glamorous → Elle est très chic., Elle est très séduisante.
(= exciting) → palpitant(e)
to have a glamorous lifestyle → avoir une vie de star
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adj (= attractive) person, job, lifeglamourös; place, clothesmondän, schick; occasionglanzvoll; there’s nothing glamorous about the jobder Job ist überhaupt nicht reizvoll
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glamourous [ˈglæmərəs] adj (gen) → favoloso/a; (person) → affascinante; (occasion) → brillante, elegante
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(ˈglӕmə) (American) glamor noun
1. the often false or superficial beauty or charm which attracts. the glamour of a career in films.
2. great beauty or charm, achieved with the aid of make-up, beautiful clothes etc. the glamour of film stars.
ˈglamorize, ˈglamorise verb
to make glamorous. This film attempts to glamorize war.
ˈglamorous adjective
having glamour.
ˈglamorously adverb

glamour, noun, ends in -our.
glamorous, adjective is spelt with -or-.
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فَاتِن okouzlující glamourøs glamourös σαγηνευτικός glamuroso loistokas glamour glamurozan affascinante 魅力的な 매혹적인 aantrekkelijk strålende czarujący glamoroso, glamouroso эффектный glamorös ซึ่งมีเสน่ห์ göz kamaştırıcı quyến rũ 富有魅力的
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Romano Stefano Dionisi Alba Chiara Caselli Alvaro Alessandro Repossi Arianna Barbara Lerici Italo Vittorio Amandola Remo Fabrizio Mele Edgard Hidde Maas If a film can be called a fashion victim, then that descriptive shoe certainly fits "The Price," a moody Italo drama whose surface glamorousness keeps the story's downbeat core--involving alcoholism, drug-running and romantic self-defeat--at an uninvolving, unconvincing distance.
It is placed on a cloth decorated with the same logo, and the ensemble is shot with a sort of fashion-photograph glamorousness. The logo itself is modified: The hammer has been replaced with a rose.