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glamour

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglamourglam‧our (also glamor American English) /ˈɡlæmə $ -ər/ ●○○ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGEXCITEDthe attractive and exciting quality of being connected with wealth and successglamour of 🔊 Forget all you read about the glamour of television.2 a style or attractiveness that suggests wealth 🔊 Designer clothes are not a passport to instant glamour.3 glamour girl/boy
Examples from the Corpus
glamourActress Marlene Dietrich was once the ultimate symbol of glamour and elegance.But I still have to applaud this counterattack against tobacco's smoky glamour.There was a sharp little tongue under all that glamour.Without glamour, diversity, wit and experiment, disco can deteriorate into the most boring music of all time.glamour ofThe thrill and glamour of traveling the world for tennis tournaments has faded for her.
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