Glamer



[glam] /glæm/ Informal.

noun
1.
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adjective
2.
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/ɡlæm/
adjective
1.
(slang) short for glamorous
adjective

glamorous
Examples

They wore glam dresses to the prom.
Usage Note

slang
adj.

slang shortening of glamorous, first attested 1936. Glam rock attested by 1974.

modifier

verb

To be glamorous; glamorize oneself (1937+)

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