other words for glamor
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
That all this virility and nubility and glamor is pure coincidence?
That somebody named Doll Starr is fed up with glamor and longs for a simple home in the country and lots of kids?
Strangely enough, Mrs. Porter, opposed to racing as she was, came quite readily under the glamor of his artistic unobtrusiveness.
The air is full of that indescribable suggestion of spring, which is like hashish, and casts a glamor over the world.
Superstition does not invent social laws; it merely throws around them the glamor of a supernatural authority.
A few words and the secret would lay bare in the light of common day, its glamor rent to atoms.
The glamor of the situation, with his father as the recognized champion of labor, fitted smoothly into his own rebellious dreams.
The moon was now almost in the full and certainly Rome was as well worth seeing under its glamor as under day-time skies.
Clearly here was an example of a girl attracted by the glamor of the life and flattery of its satellites.
One can be enthusiastic in one's study, but directly one comes into touch with the people who agree with one, all the glamor goes.