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glamour

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Synonyms and Antonyms of glamour

  1. 1 a spoken word or set of words believed to have magic power <the children were so preternaturally well-behaved that they must have been under the power of a glamour of some sort> Synonyms abracadabra, bewitchment, charm, conjuration, enchantment, spell (also glamor), hex, incantation, invocation, whammyRelated Words cantrip [chiefly Scottish], curse, jinx; bewitchery, conjuring, magic, mojo, necromancy, sorcery, voodoo, voodooism, witchcraft, witchery, wizardry; amulet, charm, fetish (also fetich), phylactery, talisman

  2. 2 the power of irresistible attraction <the glamour of the fashion industry> Synonyms allure, animal magnetism, appeal, attractiveness, captivation, charisma, duende, enchantment, fascination, force field, charm (also glamor), magic, magnetism, oomph, pizzazz (or pizazz), seductiveness, witcheryRelated Words allurement, attraction, call, lure, seduction; agreeableness, darlingness, delightfulness, desirability, desirableness, niceness, pleasantness, pleasingness, sweetness; sex appealNear Antonyms disagreeableness, distastefulness, obnoxiousness, offensiveness, unpleasantnessAntonyms repulsion, repulsiveness

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glamor


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