- n the act of glamorizing; making something or someone more beautiful (often in a superficial way)
- People are not as uncomfortable as they ought to be about the glamorization of human hurt.
- But misguided as all the glamorization may be, it is still a tribute to the galvanizing impact of Mehta's performances.
- It has been able, at long last, to supersede the Hollywood glamorization of life.
- Sean Gilbert in The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
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."
- John Walsh in Baltimore Sun
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."
- John Ashcroft in Chicago Tribune
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."