American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An extremely successful and internationally famous fashion model.
- n. A highly paid, famous fashion model.
- n. a fashion model who has attained the status of a celebrity
“There shouldn't be a problem unless "supermodel" is one of the filtered words.”
“I realize the last thing anyone wants to hear from a former supermodel is political commentary.”
“In other news, John Mellencamp, 59, recently split from longterm supermodel wife Elaine Irwin, 41, has taken up with an older model, Meg Ryan, 49, reports People.”
“That model on the cover of Me takes the word supermodel to new levels.”
“DICKINSON: Having coined the phrase supermodel, you want to know the industry?”
“Now, Janice claims to have invented the word supermodel and she ` s now starting her own modeling agency.”
“Janice, who claims to have come up with the word supermodel, is starting her own modeling agency.”
“Apparently, people are more interested in supermodel polls!”
“It seems everybody's trying to find a word that expresses mare bigness than the mere word "supermodel" - hyper model-gigamodel-negamodel.”
“According to this recent story in the Italian paper Il Nuovo (in Italian), the supermodel is suing the Brooklyn-based designer and entrepreneur over a shirt in his collection that says, "I fucked Gisele.”
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above or beyond; to a great degree; extra large; of a higher kind
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