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glamorous

glam·or·ous (glam·our·ous)

glamorous (glamourous)

 
 
pronunciation:
glae m rs
part of speech: adjective
definition: full of or characterized by fascination, allure, or excitement.
The magazine reports on the glamorous lives of movie stars.She'd thought it would be glamorous to be a top model, but she hadn't realized how hard the work would be.
antonyms:
boring, dull, humdrum
similar words:
alluring, attractive, charismatic, charming, dazzling, enchanting, exciting, fascinating, irresistible, romantic
derivations: glamorously (adv.), glamorousness (n.)