To dress and behave glamorously; glam: I haven’t done the black-tie bit in ages. Why don’t we glam it up just for the fun of it?/ Ellen Barkin and Naomi Campbell glammed it up at New York City’s fall fashion shows (1990s+)
A pattern transformation language for text-to-text translation. Used for compiler writing and linguistics. (ftp://phoibos.cs.kun.nl/pub/GLASS/glammar.tar.Z).
[glam-er] /ˈglæm ər/ noun 1. the quality of fascinating, alluring, or attracting, especially by a combination of charm and good looks. 2. excitement, adventure, and unusual activity: the glamour of being an explorer. 3. magic or enchantment; spell; witchery. adjective 4. suggestive or full of glamour; glamorous: a glamour job in television; glamour stocks. /ˈɡlæmə/ […]
[gluh-mawr-guh n] /gləˈmɔr gən/ noun 1. a historic county in SE Wales, now part of Mid, South, and West Glamorgan. /ɡləˈmɔːɡən/ noun 1. a former county of SE Wales: divided into West Glamorgan, Mid Glamorgan, and South Glamorgan in 1974; since 1996 administered by the county of Swansea and the county boroughs of Neath Port […]
[glam-uh-rahyz] /ˈglæm əˌraɪz/ verb (used with object), glamorized, glamorizing. 1. to make . 2. to glorify or romanticize: an adventure film that tended to glamorize war. /ˈɡlæməˌraɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) to cause to be or seem glamorous; romanticize or beautify v. also glamourize, 1901, from glamor + -ize. Related: Glamorized; glamorizing.