Definition of glitterati
noun - uncountable
- fashionable famous people.
I simply cannot believe you didn't go to the event. All the glitterati were there!
Im going to my hairstylist and switching up my glitterati!
- See more words with the same meaning: well-known, popular.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'well-known, popular':
|Definitions include: stolen.|
|Definitions include: a metaphorical list of the post popular people.|
|Definitions include: well-known, established.|
|Definitions include: something that is currently popular.|
|Definitions include: a new popular thing.|
|Definitions include: metaphorically, the center of attention.|
|Definitions include: a person who is famous due to their world-wide web presence.|
|Definitions include: something popular but lacking in substance.|
|Definitions include: very popular.|
|Definitions include: See on the map.|
Slang terms with the same root words
None. How about some random words?
|Definitions include: to masturbate.|
|Definitions include: to minimize or eliminate connections with one's current location of residence.|
|Definitions include: Affinitive for darn. Variations exist, bun-gay, bungo, bungy-bung, bungola, bungula etc.|
|Definitions include: a person who hangs out at malls.|
|Definitions include: Someone who allegedly knows everything about a particular topic, but in reality knows nothing and "bull dust's" their way through discussions.|
|Definitions include: 1) screw up 2) not live up to your ability.|
|Definitions include: statement of puzzlement.|
|Definitions include: to urinate.|
|Definitions include: acronym of "jerk off fast" or "jerking off fast" Used in text-based communication to express sarcasm. JOF!.|
|Definitions include: to support.|
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