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glamorous

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglamorousglam‧or‧ous /ˈɡlæmərəs/ ●○○ adjective  BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGEXCITEDattractive, exciting, and related to wealth and success She led an exciting and glamorous life. the most glamorous neighborhood in the city On television, she looks so glamorous.
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glamorousOn television she looks so beautiful and glamorous.On television she was so beautiful and glamorous, and here she looked so tired and almost old.Both pictured a glamorous brunette, at least a dozen years older than herself.glamorous clothesglamorous Hollywood movie stars of the 1950sWant to buy underpriced apartments in a glamorous location that has few vacancies and little competition from new construction?It specialises in giving everyday people a glamorous look that would do the cover of any top fashion magazine proud.Yet the woman who finds a genuinely protective mate in a less glamorous man may still feel romantically deprived.The picture showed a glamorous young woman sitting in a sports car.
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