Gone were any girlish slip-ups, gone were sequins and glitter eye shadow.
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“People see all the glitter and stage stuff, and they forget that vocal cords are just muscles,” Septien said.
There were evening gowns in black chiffon with rows of auburn fur, sprinkles of glitter, and goodness knows what else.
An open coffin, anchoring the end of the exhibit, is a stark contrast to all the glitter and papier-mâché.
The gaily-lighted windows mocked me with their glitter, and the darkened ones had a menace in their black indifference.
So powerful is genius, when it is invested with the glitter of affluence!
We ask you for bread and you have given us a stone; and though that stone be a diamond, it is valueless, except for its glitter.
“No,” said Delecresse, with a glitter in his eyes which was not promising.
The glitter of the chandeliers, the gleaming of the gilt and satin walls, the bright colours of the dresses hurt her eyes.
c.1300, glideren (late 14c. as gliteren), from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse glitra "to glitter," from glit "brightness," from Proto-Germanic *glit- "shining, bright" (cf. Old English glitenian "to glitter, shine; be distinguished," Old High German glizzan, German glitzern, Gothic glitmunjan), from PIE *ghleid- (cf. Greek khlidon, khlidos "ornament"), from root *ghel- "to shine, glitter" (see glass). Related: Glittered; glittering. The noun is c.1600, from the verb. Glitter rock is from 1972.
A gaudy style of dress and grooming affected by some musicians, comprising dyed hair, jewels on face and body, and refulgent jumpsuits and cowboy suits (1960s+)