1. glamorous

adjective. ['ˈglæmɝəs'] having an air of allure, romance and excitement.


  • glamourous


  • unstimulating
  • unsexy

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Rhymes with Glamorous

  • tetramerous

How to spell glamorous? Is it glamerous? Or glamarous? Common misspellings are:

  • glamerous
  • glamarous

Sentences with glamorous

1. Adjective
Vampy dark shades can come with a touch of purple or burgundy for a subdued yet glamorous look.

Quotes about glamorous

1. There isn't any great mystery about me. What I do is glamorous and has an awful lot of white-hot attention placed on it. But the actual work requires the same discipline and passion as any job you love doing, be it as a very good pipe fitter or a highly creative artist.
- Tom Hanks

2. They know that tragedy is not glamorous. They know it doesn't play out in life as it does on a stage or between the pages of a book. It is neither a punishment meted out nor a lesson conferred. Its horrors are not attributable to one single person. Tragedy is ugly and tangled, stupid and confusing.
- E. Lockhart, We Were Liars