- n. Plural form of superstar.
“All eyes were on the group as they enjoyed the penultimate game in the series between the sporting superstars from a private box at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.”
“That's what separates the superstars from the stars.”
“A strange thing about academic superstars is that they tend to be total jackasses.”
“With the specter of trying to contain superstars O'Neal and Kobe”
“I did miss the part where a player in this story was placed on a pedestal and referred to as superstars which is how you make it sound.”
“Bringing back to life more than 40 of the greatest superstars from the WWF’s glory days of the Eighties and Nineties, WWE LoW really pokes at that nostalgic part of your brain that just loved Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka and Jake “The Snake” Roberts.”
“James Harris is one of Usher's New Look youth leaders and perhaps one of its main superstars.”
“Given how well "Trek" worked with a cast that was relatively devoid of big-name superstars, one has to wonder if Abrams ever really did call Damon up to talk about the Kirk role.”
“It's nice to be reminded that such a trait is possible within superstars.”
“And while he is surrounded by lots of world-class one-name superstars like Deco and Nani, the only reason they got to South Africa was the Ingmar Bergman like death swoon that Sweden performed at the end of World Cup qualifying.”
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