glamorization glamorization


  • (n) the act of glamorizing; making something or someone more beautiful (often in a superficial way)


  1. People are not as uncomfortable as they ought to be about the glamorization of human hurt.
  2. But misguided as all the glamorization may be, it is still a tribute to the galvanizing impact of Mehta's performances.
  3. It has been able, at long last, to supersede the Hollywood glamorization of life.



  1. "He has a love and passion for it," Gilbert said. "It's benefiting something good. It's not for self-glamorization. It's not to be self-indulged. It's to open doors, so he can help somebody else have another opportunity in life."
    on Nov 21, 2009 By: Sean Gilbert Source: The Star-Ledger -

  2. "The glamorization of thug life is pretty disgusting, and it probably cost Ricardo his life," said Walsh, a Washington resident. "The hope is that the museum has an impact on kids to say that there is a consequence for your actions."
    on Apr 28, 2008 By: John Walsh Source: Baltimore Sun

  3. "I want to restrict a mass murderer's access to the public podium," Ashcroft said at the time. "I'm concerned about irresponsible glamorization of a culture of violence."
    on Jan 18, 2008 By: John Ashcroft Source: Chicago Tribune

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