|Origin:||'magic', from English grammar; because of an old association of knowledge with magic|
glam‧our usually glamor American English [uncountable]
the attractive and exciting quality of being connected with wealth and success
Forget all you read about the glamour of television.
a style of attractiveness that suggests wealth:
Designer clothes are not a passport to instant glamour.
a performer who is more noticeable for their attractiveness than for their skill or ability