Glamorous In A Sentence

Definition of Glamorous

Having glamour; stylish. | (archaic) Being associated with one or more glamours.

How To Use Glamorous In A Sentence?

  • She stood there in the glamorous moonlight with a commanding dignity which seemed more than human.
  • Attica needs no softening mist, no glamorous moonlight, no romantic obscuration.
  • He'd bossed them and taught them until they felt capable and glamorous and proud.
  • He'd bossed them and taught them until they felt capable and glamorous and proud.
  • She used me to feed her craving for influence over men, her inherited and insatiable desire for building up romantic and glamorous memories.
  • He stood on the threshold of a career that was to be one of the most colorful and stirring in the annals of the glamorous Southwest.
  • Slowly the sun had been dropping down over the Calabrian Mountains, and the glamorous twilight was stealing over the immediate scene.
  • There, it seemed, in the glamorous snow, was the source of death, which fell down in great waves of shadow and rock, rushing to the level earth.
  • But how, without these instinctive young passes at Art, could the unceasing, glamorous and needful rebirth of the world get itself accomplished?
  • He would call twice or thrice, and stop and listen for several minutes, confident that on such a glamorous night as this he would not have long to wait for a response to his lying call.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Glamorous | Glamorous Sentence

  • No glamorous moonlight was about them now.
  • As a consequence, authorship was held in strangely glamorous esteem.

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