[glam-uh-rahyz] /ˈglæm əˌraɪz/
verb (used with object), glamorized, glamorizing.
to make .
to glorify or romanticize:
an adventure film that tended to glamorize war.
(transitive) to cause to be or seem glamorous; romanticize or beautify
also glamourize, 1901, from glamor + -ize. Related: Glamorized; glamorizing.
[glam-er-uh s] /ˈglæm ər əs/ adjective 1. full of glamour; charmingly or fascinatingly attractive, especially in a mysterious or magical way. 2. full of excitement, adventure, and unusual activity: the glamorous job of a foreign correspondent. /ˈɡlæmərəs/ adjective 1. possessing glamour; alluring and fascinating: a glamorous career 2. beautiful and smart, esp in a showy […]
noun, Older Slang. 1. a person with an unusually attractive face. modifier : They are augmented by Daryl Hannah as Rourke’s glamor-puss girlfriend noun A person whose looks and life are regarded as glamorous (1941+)
noun 1. a popular stock that rises quickly or continuously in price and attracts large numbers of investors.
[glam-ping] /ˈglæm pɪŋ/ noun 1. Informal. the activity of camping with some of the comforts and luxuries of home: Imagine glamping in a carpeted tent with a comfy queen-size bed. /ˈglæmpɪŋ/ noun 1. a form of camping in which participants enjoy physical comforts associated with more luxurious types of holiday