beglamor

EnglishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From be- +‎ glamor

VerbEdit

beglamor ‎(third-person singular simple present beglamors, present participle beglamoring, simple past and past participle beglamored)

  1. to impress with glamor
    • 1911, Martha Rofheart, “Moonshine”, in Fortune Made His Sword[1] (Fiction), EBook #2702 edition, Project Gutenberg, published 2008:
      "'Twas your white face beglamored me," he told it aloud.
    • 1972, Martha Rofheart, Fortune Made His Sword[2] (Fiction), Digitized edition, Putnam, published 2008:
      It was easy to see how he had beglamored the youth of a nation.

ReferencesEdit

Merriam-Webster, beglamor