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Adjective: glossy (glossier,glossiest)  gló-see
  1. Based on pretence; deceptively pleasing
    - gilded, meretricious, specious
  2. (of paper and fabric and leather) having a surface made smooth and shiny especially by pressing between rollers
    "glossy paper";
    - calendered
  3. Reflecting light
    "the horse's glossy coat";
    - glistening, lustrous, sheeny, shiny, shining
  4. Superficially attractive and stylish; suggesting wealth or expense
    "a glossy TV series";
    - showy
Noun: glossy  gló-see
  1. A magazine printed on good quality paper
    - slick [N. Amer], slick magazine
  2. A photograph that is printed on smooth shiny paper

Derived forms: glossies, glossiest, glossier

See also: attractive, bright, glazed, insincere, shiny

Type of: exposure, mag, magazine, photo, photograph, pic [informal], piccy [informal], picture

Encyclopedia: Glossy