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An attractive or exciting quality that makes certain people or things seem appealing.
‘the glamour of Monte Carlo’
1.1 Beauty or charm that is sexually attractive.
‘pile hair up for evening glamour’
1.2 as modifier Denoting or relating to sexually suggestive or mildly pornographic photography or publications.
‘a glamour model’
2 archaic Enchantment; magic.
‘that maiden, made by glamour out of flowers’
glam·our also glam·or n.
1. Exciting or mysterious attractiveness usually associated with striking physical beauty, luxury, or celebrity.
2. Archaic Magic cast by a spell; enchantment.
Definition of glamour
1: a magic spell the girls appeared to be under a glamour — Llewelyn Powys
2: an exciting and often illusory and romantic attractiveness the glamour of Hollywood; especially: alluring or fascinating attraction —often used attributively glamour stock glamour girls whooping cranes and … other glamour birds — R. T. Peterson
glamour noun (North American English also glamor)
1. the attractive and exciting quality that makes a person, a job or a place seem special, often because of wealth or status
hopeful young actors and actresses dazzled by the glamour of Hollywood
Now that she's a flight attendant, foreign travel has lost its glamour for her.
2. physical beauty that also suggests wealth or success
Ireland's top fashion model added a touch of glamour to the event.
glamour noun [U] UK US glamor
the special exciting and attractive quality of a person, place, or activity:
Who can resist the glamour of Hollywood?
Compared to the extravagance and glamour of last winter's clothes, this season's collection look simple, almost workaday.
Modern luxury ships are a pale imitation of the glamour and style of the early ocean liners.
The party's electoral message may be obscured by the glitz and glamour of its presentation.
He was drawn to the metropolitan glamour and excitement of Paris.
Some people are attracted by the glamour of working in television.