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  • n. Plural form of noncelebrity.


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  • Nowhere, until it was discovered that noncelebrities in the public eye, such as a missing teen or the families of slain British soldiers or the families of terrorist attack victims, had also been phone-hacked.

    Law & Order, Fleet Street

  • Only poorly dressed people (noncelebrities) are treated like suspects.

    'Crashers' investigation deepens

  • Like most people unaccustomed to being recorded i.e., all of us noncelebrities, she found the device irritating at first.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • On the other hand, noncelebrities who aren't in trouble but become celebrities usually fall into trouble as a result.

    In The Time Of The Tabs

  • Reporters angled for good seats, sparking divides between the celebrities and noncelebrities.

    Downhill Traverse: Traveling

  • Independent discussions among a few couples on the show may have resulted in marriage, and Bollywood star Madhuri Dixit drew people initially, but Indian viewers are not concerned about marriages of noncelebrities.

    Mail Call: A Double Disaster?

  • Regarding the Oscar contenders 'complaints about people disliking celebrities' waxing political: perhaps we apparently plebeian noncelebrities would be more accepting of Hollywood types 'opinions if they were expressed in less sanctimonious, condescending ways.


  • Under certain circumstances, noncelebrities may need security, too.

    Weddings Valentine Style

  • Tonight, how celebrity romances could explain why noncelebrities have issues in the single dating world.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2006

  • Marino, a quarterback for the Miami Dolphins from 1983 to 1999 and now a sports commentator for CBS, says he's all for using real people: "Nutrisystem wants to convey how they're helping people lose weight and how it's affecting the lives of people that are noncelebrities." -- Top News


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