[glam] /glæm/ Informal.
(slang) short for glamorous
They wore glam dresses to the prom.
slang shortening of glamorous, first attested 1936. Glam rock attested by 1974.
To be glamorous; glamorize oneself (1937+)
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- Glamis castle
/ɡlɑːmz/ noun 1. a castle near Glamis in Angus, Scotland: ancestral seat of the Lyons family, forebears of Elizabeth, the Queen Mother; famous for its legend of a secret chamber
- Glam it up
verb phrase 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).