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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Known as a place where Hollywood's elite would escape in the 1940s, '50s, '60s, the song highlights the glamorous horseracing experience at the Del Mar track.
Settled in the heart of the Midwest, most people don’t necessarily think of Kansas City as a glamorous city.
Hansen was a glamorous woman of her era, thoroughly coiffed and elegant, a bon-vivant, an entrepreneur and CEO who apparently chose her dynamic career over traditional family life.
Inside of her salon, beyond the smell of hairspray, sound of blow dryers, photos of glamorous women and of course the endless chatter, is a private corner room in the back created for women receiving treatment for cancer.
Other than a glamorous past, what was the allure of those bare bones?
The title isn’t glamorous; until 1976, it was known as drain commissioner.
Donald ran the less-glamorous newspaper business and Newhouse cousin Robert Miron ran the cable television assets.
Now more than a year after its scheduled opening, Born & Raised, a glamorous, wood- and marble-embellished steakhouse in the heart of Little Italy, formally opens Wednesday.
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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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