The paperback rights for glitz, after it made the list, went for $500,000.
It was glitz by association, a classic case study on how to package foreign stars as A-list American celebrities.
It is not just the rhetoric that has changed, but also the glitz and the fanfare.
Ultimately, behind the glitz and the jokes and the star-studded ZOMG I JUST MET JON HAMM!!!!
As industry thinking goes, the Cannes Film Festival corners the market on glitz with yacht-side deals and topless models.
Cars have national attributes and GM wants their luxury line to grab the glitz of New York instead of the grime of Detroit.
Los AngelesIt may be the glitz and sunshine, not the higher learning, that's attracting transplants to the city of angels.
Along with the glitz and the glamour of the era, Hamilton also recorded its troubling events.
For they have a profound dedication to the truth and power of theatre, which has nothing to do with showbiz or glitz.
This aversion to the glitz was not his only sin against form.
High gaudy finish; flashy surface: some optional Hollywood glitz/ applied Vegas and hot tub glitz to the old Jack La Lanne
(also glitz up): the Pirates of Penzance newly glitzed (mid-1970s+)