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Synonyms for glamorize

interpret romantically

make glamorous and attractive

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The petition, organized by Chris Wolverton, which says "Pop star Lady Gaga once struggled with bulimia, but now she is glamorising the eating disorder" has been signed by 10,000 which condemns the singer for glamorising bulimia and launched on The Petition Site.
Asked if he had any concerns that the shop was glamorising drugs by selling the tops, Mr Rasul said: "Not really, because it's a brand.
Christine Duncan, of Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs, said: "The glamorising of drugs is completely distasteful.
But the ASA said: "We considered that, especially because the gun was pointing directly toward the reader, the ad was likely to be seen as glamorising gun culture and violence.
I don't feel that we're glamorising the dead, we've never had a situation like this before.
A PLAYSTATION 3 advert which used images of a knife and gun broke industry rules because it risked glamorising violence, a watchdog has ruled.
Families left heartbroken by gun crime branded Puma a disgrace for cashing in on violence and glamorising the gangster lifestyle.
By broadcasting a sitcom that makes selling sex in brothels appear funny, Channel 5 is glamorising an industry that exploits, degrades and ultimately kills women.
It's not glamorising violence and Irvine Welsh doesn't actually put any morality behind the stuff he does.
At the start we got accused of glamorising it but then we got awards from various police forces across Europe for giving an honest portrayal of it.
People often ask me 'Is glamorising guns a bad thing?
The Army was today accused of subjecting potential recruits to a "misleading" picture of life in the forces by glamorising warfare, leaving out vital information and failing to mention risks.
THE Army will today be accused of subjecting potential recruits to a "misleading" picture of life in the forces by glamorising warfare, leaving out vital information and failing to mention risks.
AN advert for a PlayStation 3 game risked glamorising violence, watchdogs ruled.