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glamour girl

A physically attractive woman who is overly concerned with her appearance. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. Robert is never seen in public without some glamour girl on his arm.
See also: girl, glamour

glamor puss

A physically attractive woman who is overly concerned with her appearance. Primarily heard in US, Australia. I never was much of a glamor puss in high school. I always preferred wearing jeans and sneakers instead of dresses and high heels.
See also: glamor, puss

glamour puss

n. a person with a beautiful face. I’m no glamour puss, but I’m no dog either.
See also: glamour, puss
References in classic literature ?
The others had but followed the glamour in which she walked, but I had pierced it and found the woman.
The very thought fills me with interest," nor was it likely that the handsome face of the young jed detracted anything from the glamour of far Gathol.
The glamour of the affair seemed to him to be fading away, now that he had come into actual contact with it.
Tudor had seen the effect on Joan and deliberately continued the flow of reminiscence, netting her in the glamour of romance.
In the distance, detail was veiled and blurred by a purple haze, but behind this purple haze, he knew, was the glamour of the unknown, the lure of romance.
Besides, there was no glamour about them, no haze of romance, no promise of adventure.
In reading poetry, though we may not always understand every word of it, we want to feel the thrill and glamour of it.
Four Winds Harbor was beginning to be a thing of dream and glamour and enchantment--a spellbound haven where no tempest might ever ravin.
They agreed also as to the proudest moment they had known in that calling which is never embraced on rational and practical grounds, because of the glamour of its romantic associations.
The glamour of youth enveloped his particolored rags, his destitution, his loneliness, the essential desolation of his futile wander- ings.
We pretend we're improving ourselves, you see," said Helen a little sharply, for the Wilcox glamour is not of the kind that returns, and she had bitter memories of the days when a speech such as he had just made would have impressed her favourably.
Leith Clay-Randolph threw his glamour over her for fifteen long minutes, whilst I brooded with my cigar, and then she fluttered back with vague words and the suggestion of a cast-off suit I would never miss.
The glamour of a host of new sensations was upon him.
The distaste, the absence of glamour, extend from the occupation to the personality.
There then remain, to assist the doctor and Tom, only those three other regular customers, Bob Glamour, William Williams, and Jonathan (family name of the latter, if any, unknown to man-kind), who are quite enough.