- n alluring beauty or charm (often with sex-appeal)
- v cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
- The word glamour didn't exist.
- Hollywood glamour is Wearstler's trademark.
- But at the same time, Wowereit has been investing in Berlin as what the mayor describes as a "city of glamour.
- Nicolas Sarkozy in International Herald Tribune
It's not glamour,said French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
- Beyonce Knowles in Leading The Charge
There is one legend who has the essence of all of those things: the glamour, the soul, the passion, the strength, the talent,said Knowles, strutting in hot pants. "Ladies and gentlemen. Stand on your feet and give it up for the queen."
- Andy Burnham in St. Helens Star
Meanwhile, Mr Burnham told the meeting, which was attended by more than 500 people, that Labour "at times gave the impression that we put big business before people, and we were seduced by power, money and glamour".