Examples of glamorous in a Sentence
She looked glamorous in her formal black gown.
She wore a glamorous black gown.
A private investigator's job isn't as glamorous as people think.
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Film critics do not, by any reasonable standard, lead glamorous lives.
Every year Weinstein would take as many as three tables and fill them with his glamorous Hollywood friends.
Robbed of that necessary context, the red carpet would simply look like a lot of glamorous people in some very expensive, albeit macabre, gowns.
There are a bunch of glamorous ladies talking about crime, a little bit of Nancy Sinatra, and the implication that George Clooney's character is dead.
The liberals of the Capricorn Africa Society were likewise hasty in declaring constitutional options exhausted in 1960 and — no doubt with the greatest personal reluctance — throwing their support behind glamorous violent radicals.
Unlike last week’s glamorous showing, losses are often booked quietly in private sales.
This isn’t one of those glamorous tours that stops in only the biggest cities and settles in for weeks at a time.
What is particularly notable are the generously-sized suites, some of which have private gardens, personal plunge pools and stone pavilions that make stargazing quite glamorous.
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Synonymsbizarro, fantastic (also fantastical), exotic (also glamourous), marvelous (or marvellous), outlandish, romantic, strange
Antonymsfamiliar, nonexotic, nonglamorous, plain-Jane, unexotic, unglamorous, unromantic
Related Wordscolorful, picture-book, picturesque, quaint; alien, foreign; dark, distant, faraway, remote; alluring, captivating, enchanting, fascinating, magical
Near Antonymsboring, irksome, tedious, tiresome, wearisome; abhorrent, abominable, appalling, awful, distasteful, hideous, horrendous, horrible, horrid, invidious, loathsome, nauseating, noisome, obnoxious, odious, offensive, shocking, sickening; drab, dreary, dull, flat, humdrum, jading, leaden, monotonous, pedestrian, ponderous
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