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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglitzglitz /ɡlɪts/ noun [uncountable]  BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGFAMOUSthe exciting attractive quality which is connected with rich, famous, and fashionable people syn glamour show business glitz
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glitzYou know, it's either glitz or pretension.The event was also graced with a little Hollywood glitz when actress Bo Derek unexpectedly dropped by.No diamonds, no chandeliers, no party frocks and silk stockings, no glitz, no strains of smooching Sinatra.The two girls were at work on Teen Voices, a quarterly publication intended to provide an alternative to the standard glitz.Los Angeles in 1984 gave us the glitz of Hollywood.
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