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  • n. Plural form of celebutante.

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  • Sometimes called "celebutantes," these much-photographed trendsetters sit front row at fashion shows, take the most spectacular vacations, frequent the hippest nightclubs like Bungalow 8 where a few rowdy ones have been known to get into cat fights and regularly land in the tabloids.

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  • It may be Fashion Week in New York, but Tinsley Mortimer, who is one of the most publicized of the so-called Manhattan 'celebutantes' spent the weekend on the island and, in lieu of going to Carolina Herrera's show this morning and Marc Jacobs 'fall runway show later tonight, made an appearance this afternoon at Saks Fifth Avenue debuting her collection of handbags.

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  • The reason why I don't care about these four people, and the legion of other professional athletes, pop stars, celebrities, supermodels, actors, and the absolute lowest on the food chain, celebutantes who have no discernible reason for being famous (hello Kardashian sisters!), is that they are so phenomenally unimportant to our lives.

    Dr. Jim Taylor: I Don't Care About LeBron James or Lindsay Lohan or...

  • It is well-known (in this house, anyway) that our knowledge of modern pop-culture, i.e., the rock stars, actors, celebutantes, and assorted other notables, is extremely lacking.

    Ss Petri & Pauli

  • These newly minted celebutantes are victims of a self-esteem movement that, instead of developing self-esteem, creates young people who are narcissistic, immature, unmotivated, entitled, and arrogant.

    Dr. Jim Taylor: America's Self-Esteem Problem

  • The reason why I don't care about these four people, and the legion of other professional athletes, pop stars, celebrities, supermodels, actors, and the absolute lowest on the food chain, celebutantes who have no discernible reason for being famous hello Kardashian sisters!

    Dr. Jim Taylor: I Don't Care About LeBron James or Lindsay Lohan or...

  • In " Hollywood Hills, " these crooks include a Beverly Hills art-gallery owner trying to trick a rich widow out of a pair of valuable paintings, and two hapless young OxyContin addicts with aspirations to burgle the homes of absent-minded celebutantes.

    Mystery Chronicle:

  • I wrote inexcusably giddy profiles about supermodels (remember them?) and movie stars, and countless ditties about the good works of socialites (this before the advent of celebutantes).

    MY EMPIRE OF DIRT

  • They are the nouveaux reachers, the celebutantes, the Cling-ons.

    Brooks Peters: Fame Fatale

  • McCain's ad compared Obama to two celebutantes to whom he (Obama) cannot reasonably be linked, simply because people actually like him.

    Obama Camp: McCain's "Celeb" Ad Is An Attack On Ordinary People

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