glam

[glam] Informal.
noun
adjective

Origin:
1960–65; by shortening

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glam (ɡlæm)
 
adj
slang short for glamorous

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Main Entry:  glam
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  glamorous
Example:  They wore glam dresses to the prom.
Usage:  slang
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Example sentences
The site previously might not have had jazz or glam.
Paint and tile helped take our remodel from glum to glam.
The royal opted for courtroom glam, showing off a polka-dot sheath dress and satin overcoat.
To match her hair, her makeup was futuristic glam, with silver gray lids and pale pink lips.
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