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The glamor of the situation, with his father as the recognized champion of labor, fitted smoothly into his own rebellious dreams.

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It came upon him suddenly that the sweet witchery, the glamor falling over him was—love.

JOLLY SALLY PENDLETONLAURA JEAN LIBBEY

Little in touch with the true spirit of Christianity, it was easily led by the glamor of resounding phrases and classical figures.

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She saw all in the clear light of reason, not in the glamor of love, and her judgment condemned them both.

MARION ARLEIGH'S PENANCECHARLOTTE M. BRAEME

Strange is a Celtic landscape, far more moving, disturbing than the lovely glamor of Italy and Greece.

SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE

The glamor of the day had passed, and now what mockery and bitterness came with the cold, unimpassioned light of the moon!

THE HILL OF VENUSNATHAN GALLIZIER

Love, she had always heard, must fix itself upon some one endearing object and lay its glamor over definite features.

A PAGAN OF THE HILLSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK

Jennie fell to her task in silence, but the glamor of the great world was having its effect upon her senses.

JENNIE GERHARDTTHEODORE DREISER

These trips have golden, unforgettable charm, and indicate the glamor which approaching manhood was flinging over my world.

A SON OF THE MIDDLE BORDERHAMLIN GARLAND

WORDS RELATED TO GLAMOR

appeal

nounpower to attract, interest

appeals

nounpower to attract, interest

beauty

nounphysical attractiveness

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Synonyms of glamorous in English:

glamorous


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adjective

1‘a glamorous woman’

SYNONYMS

alluring, beautiful, attractive, elegant, chic, smart, well dressed, stylish, fashionable

charming, charismatic, fascinating, intriguing, beguiling, appealing, lovely, bewitching, enchanting, entrancing, irresistible, seductive, tantalizing

informal classy, glitzy, ritzy, glam

ANTONYMS

plain, drab, dowdy

2‘a glamorous lifestyle’

SYNONYMS

exciting, stimulating, thrilling, fascinating, high profile, dazzling, glittering, glossy, tinselled

cosmopolitan, colourful, exotic

informal ritzy, glitzy, sexy, hot, fast-lane, jet-setting


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When big events come to town — looking at you, Sundance Film Festival — the parties are next-level, with a bit of Hollywood glamour taking over the town’s historic Main Street.

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It’s not that she’s a gold digger, but part of Logan’s allure at this point is that he belongs to a world of wealth, glamour, and privilege at a time when Rory is growing increasingly tired of the world she grew up in.

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Much glamour has been cast upon the names of Solomon and David by their alleged writings.

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The glamour was still upon his eyes with a degree of reality stronger than the reality even of normal life.

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WORDS RELATED TO GLAMOUR

charm

nounenchantment, allure

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beauty(related)

An outstanding or conspicuous example:

charm

An item worn for its supposed magical benefit, as in warding off evil; an amulet.

like(related)

A person or thing regarded as the equal or counterpart of another or of the person or thing being discussed

charisma

A special charm or allure that inspires fascination or devotion

enchantment

Enchantment is defined as a feeling of great delight or a feeling of being captivated, or under a spell.

fascination

The capability of eliciting intense interest or of being very attractive.

hex

To cause to have bad luck; jinx

plainness(antonym)

(Uncountable) The condition of being plain (in all senses)

drab(antonym)

Drab is defined as a dull yellow to light olive brown color, or fabric this color, or a woman prostitute, or a very small amount.

lure

The definition of lure is something that attracts a person or animal, especially something used specifically for the purposes of attracting or baiting an animal.

magnetism

Power to attract; personal charm or allure

pull

(Slang, dated) Something in one's favour in a comparison or a contest; an advantage; means of influencing.

glamor

witch

To put a magic spell on; bewitch

jinx

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Synonyms glamour

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325 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ɡlˈamə], [ ɡlˈamə], [ ɡ_l_ˈa_m_ə]
  • n.

    attraction (noun)attractiveness (noun)beauty (noun)
    • fairness,
    • handsomeness,
    • comeliness,
    • sublimity,
    • Splendidness,
    • splendor,
    • radiance,
    • superbness,
    • prettiness,
    • exquisiteness,
    • gracefulness,
    • picturesqueness,
    • loveliness,
    • pleasingness,
    • shapeliness,
    • Bonniness,
    • refinement,
    • elegance,
    • Sightliness,
    • gorgeousness.
    bewitch (noun)charisma (noun)charm (noun)fascination (noun)flair (noun)glamor (noun)glister (noun)glitter (noun)glitz (noun)magnetism (noun)Other relevant words: (noun)
    • desirabilities,
    • idylls,
    • magnetism,
    • resplendence,
    • resplendency,
    • captivation,
    • sex appeal,
    • chemistry,
    • delightfulness,
    • gaudiness,
    • hang up,
    • mesmerism,
    • beauty,
    • scintillation,
    • conjurations,
    • idyll,
    • romance,
    • showiness,
    • Attractivity,
    • luster,
    • obsession,
    • fascination,
    • tinsels,
    • flair,
    • exoticness,
    • charisma,
    • desirability,
    • thing for,
    • captivatingness,
    • conjuration,
    • grabbers,
    • grabber,
    • mystique,
    • chemistries,
    • bewitchery,
    • seductiveness,
    • sumptuousness,
    • tinsel,
    • glisten,
    • hangup,
    • glitter.
    romance (noun)sex appeal (noun)spell (noun)
  • v.

    communication (verb)Other relevant words: (verb)
  • Other synonyms:

    Other relevant words (noun):
    • breathtaking,
    • luxury,
    • Thaumaturgics,
    • mesmerise,
    • ensnare,
    • captivating,
    • elegant,
    • forbidden fruit,
    • attract,
    • spellbinding,
    • Winningness,
    • romanticize,
    • witchcraft,
    • agacerie,
    • divination,
    • admirable,
    • hold spellbound,
    • captivate,
    • sensational,
    • comely,
    • glory,
    • white magic,
    • magical,
    • enthrallment,
    • Seducement,
    • celebrity,
    • theurgy,
    • fantasy,
    • color,
    • sensuousness,
    • spellcasting,
    • exorcism,
    • weird,
    • amulet,
    • magic,
    • delectable,
    • lustre,
    • notable,
    • evident,
    • wizardry,
    • exciting,
    • ravishment,
    • aura,
    • shamanism,
    • adventure,
    • lovely,
    • Charmingness,
    • predominance,
    • enthrall,
    • distinction,
    • attractive quality,
    • transport,
    • impressive,
    • apprehend,
    • eminence,
    • mystery,
    • enchanting,
    • malocchio,
    • esteem,
    • graceful,
    • significance,
    • envelope,
    • carry,
    • Fame,
    • interest,
    • brightness,
    • regard,
    • dishy,
    • beguiling,
    • bedevil,
    • inducement,
    • ravishingness,
    • prestige,
    • spelling,
    • primacy,
    • illusion,
    • intercept,
    • delightful,
    • renown,
    • stature,
    • voodooism,
    • invite,
    • mesmerize,
    • whammy,
    • incantation,
    • charismatic,
    • invocation,
    • agreeable,
    • imagination,
    • seductive,
    • flirtation,
    • splendour,
    • acquire,
    • enrapture,
    • prominence,
    • juju,
    • astonishing,
    • natural magic,
    • seize,
    • bewitching,
    • invitingness,
    • magic spell,
    • amazing,
    • halo,
    • enthral,
    • fascinate,
    • necromancy,
    • Inveiglement,
    • affinity,
    • engross,
    • entice,
    • Enravishment,
    • catch,
    • Sortilege,
    • pre-eminence,
    • Cantrip,
    • colourfulness,
    • rank,
    • evil eye,
    • repute,
    • bewitchment,
    • cajolery,
    • animal magnetism,
    • idealize,
    • brilliance,
    • obeah,
    • abracadabra,
    • seduction,
    • blaze of glory,
    • intrigue,
    • exoticism,
    • stardom,
    • bamboozle,
    • alchemy,
    • fetishism,
    • wanga,
    • Snaring,
    • conjure,
    • status,
    • importance,
    • winsomeness,
    • voluptuousness,
    • Tantalization,
    • temptingness,
    • nostalgia,
    • Illustriousness,
    • adorable,
    • superiority,
    • enamour,
    • tempt,
    • gloriousness,
    • capture,
    • reputation,
    • discernible,
    • standing,
    • invitation,
    • nimbus,
    • appealingness,
    • alluring,
    • curse,
    • cachet,
    • colour,
    • wooing,
    • amiable,
    • stunning,
    • beautiful,
    • Heavenliness,
    • come-hither,
    • sympathetic magic,
    • ensorcellment,
    • duende,
    • thrilling,
    • imaginativeness,
    • seduce,
    • hoodoo,
    • Thaumaturgy,
    • delicate,
    • enamor,
    • Gramarye,
    • supremacy,
    • beguilement,
    • spell,
    • brilliancy,
    • grace,
    • sorcery,
    • tempting,
    • numinousness,
    • ravish,
    • sentiment,
    • entrapment,
    • blandishment,
    • beguile,
    • razzle-dazzle,
    • get,
    • charming,
    • voodoo,
    • temptation,
    • smite,
    • delicious,
    • attractive,
    • ascendancy,
    • rune,
    • Vampirism,
    • excitement,
    • noticeable,
    • entrancement,
    • pleasing.
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    • Noun, singular or mass
      luster, allure, prestige, glory, luxury, splendor, fascination, charisma, attraction, attractiveness.

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Young, glamorous candidates have typically fared better in general elections, but the votes don’t always break down according to age.

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A disgusting snip of a person had moved between him and those bitter but glamorous memories of Maria Algarez.

THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN

To Tiflin, as to the others, even such places were glamorous.

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It was part of the reeling, glamorous intoxication into which she cast him, to hear himself going on like a stump-speaker.

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WORDS RELATED TO GLAMOROUS

colorful

adjectivefull of life, interesting

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