glamorous

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adjective glam·or·ous \ ˈglam-rəs , ˈgla-mə- \
variants: or less commonly glamourous

Definition of glamorous

:full of glamour :excitingly attractive
  • a glamorous actress
  • a glamorous life

glamorously

adverb

glamorousness

noun

Examples of glamorous in a Sentence

  1. She looked glamorous in her formal black gown.

  2. She wore a glamorous black gown.

  3. A private investigator's job isn't as glamorous as people think.

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Origin and Etymology of glamorous


GLAMOROUS Defined for English Language Learners

glamorous

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adjective

Definition of glamorous for English Language Learners

  • : very exciting and attractive : full of glamour


GLAMOROUS Defined for Kids

glamorous

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adjective glam·or·ous \ ˈgla-mə-rəs \

Definition of glamorous for Students

:very exciting and attractive
  • glamorous travel
  • a glamorous actress


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