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glamour definition

  • noun:
    • An air of compelling charm, relationship, and pleasure, specially when delusively alluring.
    • Archaic A magic spell; enchantment.
    • something, motif, individual, image that by association improves appearance
    • Witchcraft; secret charm; a spell impacting the attention, making objects appear not the same as what they actually are.
    • some sort of haze floating around, causing things to appear different from whatever they actually are.
    • Any artificial desire for, or association with, an object, or person, through which it or they appear delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Alluring beauty or allure (frequently with sex-appeal)
    • A charm affecting the eye, making items appear not the same as whatever they are really.
    • Witchcraft; secret; a spell.
    • a type of haze floating around, causing things to appear different from what they actually are.
    • Any artificial desire for, or organization with, an object, through which it appears delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Enchantment; a supposed impact of a charm from the attention, causing it to see things under an unreal semblance; for this reason, something that obscures or deceives sight, actual or psychological; fascination; appeal; witchery. Compare gramary (originally the same word).
    • alluring beauty or appeal (frequently with sex-appeal)
    • An air of powerful allure, romance, and pleasure, specially when delusively alluring.
    • Archaic A magic spell; enchantment.
    • something, motif, person, image that by connection gets better look
    • Witchcraft; miraculous appeal; a spell influencing the eye, making objects appear distinctive from whatever they actually are.
    • A kind of haze floating around, causing what to appear distinctive from what they really are.
    • Any artificial curiosity about, or relationship with, an object, or individual, whereby it or they look delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Alluring beauty or appeal (often with sex-appeal)
    • A charm impacting the eye, making items appear not the same as what they are really.
    • Witchcraft; miracle; a spell.
    • A kind of haze floating around, causing things to appear distinct from what they really are.
    • Any artificial fascination with, or relationship with, an object, whereby it seems delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Enchantment; a supposed impact of a charm on eye, causing it to see things under an unreal semblance; hence, something that obscures or deceives eyesight, physical or mental; fascination; charm; witchery. Compare gramary (originally exactly the same term).
    • alluring beauty or appeal (usually with sex-appeal)
    • An air of powerful charm, love, and pleasure, especially when delusively alluring.
    • Archaic A magic enchantment; enchantment.
    • something, theme, person, image that by relationship improves look
    • Witchcraft; secret allure; a spell influencing a person's eye, making items appear not the same as whatever they are really.
    • a type of haze floating around, causing things to appear distinct from what they actually are.
    • Any artificial curiosity about, or relationship with, an object, or individual, by which it or they look delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Alluring beauty or appeal (often with sex-appeal)
    • A charm affecting the eye, making objects appear different from what they really are.
    • Witchcraft; secret; a spell.
    • some sort of haze floating around, causing what to appear unlike what they really are.
    • Any artificial curiosity about, or association with, an object, whereby it appears delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Enchantment; a supposed influence of a charm regarding attention, causing it to see items under an unreal semblance; therefore, anything that obscures or deceives sight, physical or emotional; fascination; charm; witchery. Compare gramary (originally exactly the same word).
    • alluring beauty or charm (usually with sex-appeal)
    • An air of persuasive charm, love, and pleasure, specially when delusively alluring.
    • An air of persuasive allure, romance, and excitement, especially when delusively alluring.
    • Archaic A magic enchantment; enchantment.
    • Archaic A magic enchantment; enchantment.
    • An air of powerful allure, romance, and excitement, especially when delusively alluring.
    • Archaic A magic spell; enchantment.
    • something, theme, person, image that by association improves look
    • An air of compelling allure, romance, and excitement, particularly when delusively alluring.
    • An air of persuasive allure, relationship, and pleasure, especially when delusively alluring.
    • something, theme, individual, picture that by association improves look
    • Archaic A magic spell; enchantment.
    • Archaic A magic spell; enchantment.
    • Witchcraft; miraculous allure; a spell affecting the attention, making objects appear distinctive from what they actually are.
    • something, motif, individual, image that by organization improves appearance
    • something, motif, person, image that by association gets better look
    • Witchcraft; miracle appeal; a spell influencing the eye, making items appear unlike what they are really.
    • A kind of haze in the air, causing items to appear different from what they are really.
    • Witchcraft; miracle allure; a spell affecting a person's eye, making things appear distinct from whatever they are really.
    • a product, theme, individual, picture that by association improves appearance
    • An air of powerful appeal, love, and excitement, especially when delusively alluring.
    • A kind of haze floating around, causing what to appear not the same as what they actually are.
    • Any synthetic interest in, or association with, an object, or person, whereby it or they look delusively magnified or glorified.
    • A kind of haze floating around, causing items to appear unlike what they are really.
    • Witchcraft; miraculous appeal; a spell impacting the eye, making items appear distinct from whatever they really are.
    • Witchcraft; miraculous allure; a spell affecting the eye, making objects appear distinct from what they really are.
    • An air of powerful allure, love, and pleasure, specially when delusively alluring.
    • Any artificial desire for, or relationship with, an object, or person, whereby it or they look delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Alluring beauty or appeal (frequently with sex-appeal)
    • Archaic A magic spell; enchantment.
    • Any synthetic curiosity about, or association with, an object, or individual, through which it or they appear delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Archaic A magic spell; enchantment.
    • some sort of haze floating around, causing what to appear unlike whatever they are really.
    • a type of haze floating around, causing items to appear different from what they really are.
    • Alluring beauty or allure (usually with sex-appeal)
    • A charm impacting the attention, making objects appear unlike what they really are.
    • a product, theme, individual, picture that by connection improves look
    • something, theme, person, image that by relationship gets better look
    • A charm affecting a person's eye, making objects appear not the same as whatever they really are.
    • Any synthetic curiosity about, or organization with, an object, or person, by which it or they appear delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Witchcraft; magic; a spell.
    • Witchcraft; secret appeal; a spell affecting a person's eye, making things appear different from what they are really.
    • Any artificial desire for, or relationship with, an object, or individual, by which it or they look delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Alluring beauty or allure (often with sex-appeal)
    • Witchcraft; miraculous allure; a spell impacting a person's eye, making things appear distinctive from whatever they are really.
    • a type of haze floating around, causing things to appear distinct from whatever they are really.
    • a type of haze floating around, causing things to appear unlike whatever they actually are.
    • Alluring beauty or allure (usually with sex-appeal)
    • A charm impacting a person's eye, making items appear not the same as what they are really.
    • Alluring beauty or allure (often with sex-appeal)
    • some sort of haze floating around, causing items to appear not the same as whatever they really are.
    • Witchcraft; miracle; a spell.
    • Witchcraft; secret; a spell.
    • A charm influencing the attention, making things appear distinctive from what they really are.
    • Any synthetic desire for, or organization with, an object, or person, whereby it or they appear delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Any synthetic interest in, or connection with, an object, through which it seems delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Any synthetic fascination with, or association with, an object, or individual, through which it or they look delusively magnified or glorified.
    • A charm affecting the eye, making things appear distinct from what they are really.
    • A kind of haze floating around, causing items to appear distinctive from what they really are.
    • Alluring beauty or charm (usually with sex-appeal)
    • Enchantment; a supposed influence of a charm regarding eye, causing it to see things under an unreal semblance; for this reason, something that obscures or deceives eyesight, actual or psychological; fascination; charm; witchery. Compare gramary (originally equivalent word).
    • Witchcraft; secret; a spell.
    • some sort of haze floating around, causing what to appear different from what they are really.
    • A charm affecting the eye, making things appear distinctive from whatever they really are.
    • Witchcraft; magic; a spell.
    • Any artificial desire for, or association with, an object, through which it seems delusively magnified or glorified.
    • some sort of haze floating around, causing items to appear different from what they really are.
    • Any synthetic interest in, or association with, an object, by which it appears delusively magnified or glorified.
    • alluring beauty or charm (often with sex-appeal)
    • Any synthetic curiosity about, or connection with, an object, whereby it seems delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Witchcraft; miracle; a spell.
    • Enchantment; a supposed impact of a charm from the attention, causing it to see items under an unreal semblance; thus, whatever obscures or deceives sight, real or psychological; fascination; appeal; witchery. Compare gramary (originally exactly the same term).
    • A kind of haze in the air, causing what to appear not the same as whatever they are really.
    • some sort of haze in the air, causing items to appear different from whatever they are really.
    • Enchantment; a supposed impact of a charm in the eye, causing it to see items under an unreal semblance; ergo, whatever obscures or deceives eyesight, actual or mental; fascination; allure; witchery. Compare gramary (originally equivalent word).
    • Any artificial desire for, or organization with, an object, whereby it appears delusively magnified or glorified.
    • alluring beauty or charm (usually with sex-appeal)
    • Enchantment; a supposed impact of a charm from the attention, causing it to see objects under an unreal semblance; for this reason, something that obscures or deceives vision, physical or psychological; fascination; appeal; witchery. Compare gramary (originally exactly the same word).
    • Any artificial curiosity about, or association with, an object, whereby it seems delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Alluring beauty or appeal (usually with sex-appeal)
    • Enchantment; a supposed influence of a charm on attention, causing it to see things under an unreal semblance; thus, anything that obscures or deceives vision, actual or emotional; fascination; appeal; witchery. Compare gramary (originally the same term).
    • alluring beauty or allure (usually with sex-appeal)
    • A charm impacting the eye, making things appear not the same as what they really are.
    • alluring beauty or appeal (frequently with sex-appeal)
    • alluring beauty or allure (frequently with sex-appeal)
    • Witchcraft; magic; a spell.
    • some sort of haze floating around, causing what to appear different from what they actually are.
    • Enchantment; a supposed impact of a charm on the eye, causing it to see items under an unreal semblance; hence, anything that obscures or deceives vision, real or emotional; fascination; allure; witchery. Compare gramary (originally the exact same word).
    • alluring beauty or allure (frequently with sex-appeal)
    • Any artificial desire for, or connection with, an object, whereby it seems delusively magnified or glorified.
    • Enchantment; a supposed impact of a charm regarding attention, causing it to see items under an unreal semblance; thus, anything that obscures or deceives vision, real or psychological; fascination; allure; witchery. Compare gramary (originally the exact same word).
    • alluring beauty or allure (frequently with sex-appeal)
  • others:
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To appeal; bewitch.
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To charm; bewitch.
    • To charm; bewitch.
  • verb:
    • cast a spell over some body or something; placed a hex on some body or something like that
    • cast a spell over some body or something; placed a hex on someone or something like that
    • cast a spell over somebody or something; placed a hex on some body or something
    • cast a spell over somebody or something; put a hex on some body or something like that
    • cast a spell over some body or something; placed a hex on some one or something like that
    • cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on some body or something like that
    • cast a spell over somebody or something like that; put a hex on someone or something
    • cast a spell over some one or something; placed a hex on someone or something like that
    • cast a spell over somebody or something; put a hex on somebody or something
    • cast a spell over someone or something like that; placed a hex on some one or something
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