glamorous[ glam-er-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF glamorous
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He'd bossed them and taught them until they felt capable and glamorous and proud.
She was glamorous with the material elegance that always ended by deriding him.
And there was Stevenson and his glamorous islands winning me on.
His son Timmy was on the cops because he thought it glamorous.
To Tiflin, as to the others, even such places were glamorous.
That night a full moon rose, golden and glamorous, over the bay.
It happened just after midday when the city and its harbor were at their most glamorous.
And, of late, the single shaft has out-topped the glamorous Wagnerian halls.
They're the most glamorous, romantic figures in American history.
The mandolin twangs out, the doorway for a moment is all glamorous; and they pass through.
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