from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Variant of acro-.
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- n. A star of a soap opera
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They were actually very cute. most involved one kid knocking all the others flying while another of them burbled out the verse while facing in the wrong direction, but there were a few slices of gold, like the kid pulling a full on melodrama/soapstar renditon WHEN will you learn, Polly, WHEN!
But it's FAKE Steve Jobs , get a grip you people , It's like people throwing fruit at some soapstar cause his character is a Bas Tard does that count who's been beating his wife !
Boy George followed Johnny Vegas with 17.2%, then Australian soapstar Daniel MacPherson with 9.1%. making up the rest of the list, in order of popularity, were Jimmy Tarbuck, Derek Acorah, Anna Nicole
Would you believe soapstar Lisa Rinna is a new Tupperware consultant?
I worked with Sally on Coronation Street and she's a down-to-earth professional who doesn't take her soapstar status too seriously.
The soapstar undertook the humanitarian trip to see how the money and aid from charity ActionAid is helping people with the deadly Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) in the area.
Liz copying ideas from the Spanish villain soapstar and drugging her neighbour is amazing, and the date in the next episode is even better!