glamourize glamourize


  • (v) make glamorous and attractive



  1. Limiting the industry's right to glamourize smoking raises obvious First Amendment questions.
  2. They do not glamourize violence, as the traditional Hollywood thriller does, with tricks of suspense and sexual come-on.
  3. Says actress Catherine Punch, 27: People tend to glamourize criminals and say, Whoa, they got away with it.


  • "Print and TV glamourize spring break, glamourize the whole hook-up phenmenon and the sexual acting out," said Pinsky.
    on Mar 19, 2005 By: Drew Pinsky Source: ABC News

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