01. She was fascinated by the [glamor] of showbiz, and loved to read about the private lives of film stars.
02. She adds [glamor] and sex appeal to every film she appears in.
03. Television has tried to add [glamor] to the world of sports by doing profiles on the athletes.
04. The new designers are attempting to offer [glamor] to the young crowd at bargain prices.
05. The French director Roger Vadim has been married to some of the world's most beautiful and [glamorous] women, including Brigitte Bardot, Jane Fonda, and Catherine Deneuve.
06. We avoid the expensive and [glamorous] holiday spots when we go to Europe for our vacation.
07. Jackie Kennedy gave a new [glamor] to the position of First Lady in the United States.
08. He was able to make friends with the [glamorous] rich, and attend their parties by pretending to be a rich European businessman.
09. Violence and aggressive behavior are too often [glamorized] in the movie world.
10. President Reagan had a very [glamorized] view of the past which ignored the poverty, racism and sexism of that era.
11. Lilly Daché once said that [glamor] is what makes a man ask for your telephone number. But it also is what makes a woman ask for the name of your dressmaker.
12. Paul Theroux once stated that travel is [glamorous] only in retrospect.
13. Elinor Glin once remarked that romance is the [glamor] which turns the dust of everyday life into a golden haze.
14. The entertainment industry seems [glamorous] and exciting on the outside, but in reality it is hard work that requires a determined, self-assured person.
15. Some people suggest that hip-hop music [glamorizes] gun culture.
16. The World Health Organization recently called on Hollywood to stop [glamorizing] smoking in movies.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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