Crossword clues for glamor
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
glamor \glamor\ n. Same as glamour.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
chiefly U.S. alternative spelling of glamour (q.v.). Related: Glamorous; glamorously.\n
n. (label en American spelling) (alternative spelling of glamour English)
n. alluring beauty or charm (often with sex-appeal) [syn: glamour]
Usage examples of "glamor".
Let the devoted reader of Boswell ask himself what glamor would fade from the church of St.
WEXnet 7 in CK City: a camerawomen named Lei, a glamor talk-head named Darel Hopester, and a minder named Urami, who sounded to Chang as if he came from Dao.
The case had changed from a matter of gracious policy to one of unquestioned importance in the minds of the gravest counsellors of the Republic--in spite of the glamor of romance which threatened to lessen its dignity by winning the enthusiastic support of the younger members of the assembly and the jealous opposition of the older senators, who were tenacious of the privileges and restrictions of the ancient nobility of Venice.
Centaur Project in were useful enough to keep him busy fifteen hours a day in the army of groundlings who, minus the glamor, also served.
Three days of thirst, sore feet, and backache had taken much of the glamor out of his plans, and the sight of that empty road was the pebble that sank the barge.
Grijpstra’s hair looked like a well-worn scrubbing brush and de Gier’s curls were beautifully cut by a proud and highly trained coiffeur taking an almost personal interest in the glamor of his clients.
But if she got to the others and told them what she knew, and if they believed, what might they do in order to escape the glamor in which they had been ensnared?
Fighter jocks always had lower combat life expectancies than battle-line personnel, but the glitz and glamor of the deadly little strikefighters kept attracting the hot dogs—like, Olivera admitted, himself—anyway.
Fighter jocks always had lower combat life expectancies than battle-line personnel, but the glitz and glamor of the deadly little strikefighters kept attracting the hot dogs—.
Fighter jocks always had lower combat life expectancies than battle-line personnel, but the glitz and glamor of the deadly little strikefighters kept attracting the hot dogs - like, Olivera admitted, himself - anyway.
Fighter jocks always had lower combat life expectancies than battle-line personnel, but the glitz and glamor of the deadly little strikefighters kept attracting the hot dogs -- like, Olivera admitted, himself -- anyway.
Clustered close around it were the bars and eateries, nearly all with country themes, with the tawdry glamor of sparkling lights twinkling around them in the fading evening dusk the Lone Star, Green Coyote, Guitar an' Pick, Golden Mouth Harp, Alamo, Merle and Earle, Eggs'n'stuff, Blue Bayou, Lonesome Eats.
She supposed, otherwise, young girls, glamored for the moment with the thought of a life of excitement and adventure, might follow the Sisterhood without being fully aware of the hardships and the renunciations that awaited them.
Just as the street names, straining for glamor, have progressed from Spanish to British to Italian and back to Spanish again, and the favorite subdivision names from Palisades to Heights to Knolls to Acres to Rivieras to Mesas to Condominiums.
Among such strangenesses, her size and sickliness were apparently taken to be a glamor of their own.