Origin of glamour
usage note for glamour
How to use glamour in a sentence
She grew up in New York City, a fan of old Hollywood glamor and fashion, which eventually led to her professional career.
The glamor couple won't be without things to keep them busy.
The glamor of the situation, with his father as the recognized champion of labor, fitted smoothly into his own rebellious dreams.Mountain|Clement Wood
It came upon him suddenly that the sweet witchery, the glamor falling over him was—love.Jolly Sally Pendleton|Laura Jean Libbey
Little in touch with the true spirit of Christianity, it was easily led by the glamor of resounding phrases and classical figures.The War Upon Religion|Rev. Francis A. Cunningham
She saw all in the clear light of reason, not in the glamor of love, and her judgment condemned them both.Marion Arleigh's Penance|Charlotte M. Braeme
Strange is a Celtic landscape, far more moving, disturbing than the lovely glamor of Italy and Greece.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence
British Dictionary definitions for glamour
sometimes US glamor
- fascinating or voluptuous beauty, often dependent on artifice
- (as modifier)a glamour girl