glamour

Part of speech: noun

A delusive fascination; enchantment.

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Usage examples "glamour":

  1. " The Eve of St. Agnes" is par excellence the poem of " glamour." - "Life of John Keats", William Michael Rossetti.
  2. She could sing, to be sure, but probably her voice would not charm him, when robbed of the glamour lent by the telephone. - "Patty's Suitors", Carolyn Wells.
  3. The glamour of this touching memorial of a long- buried grief had stolen over me, and I was content to stand silent by my beloved companion and revive, with a certain pensive pleasure, the ghosts of human emotions over which so many centuries had rolled. - "The Eye of Osiris", R. Austin Freeman.