from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The status of a performer or entertainer acknowledged as a star.
- n. Star performers considered as a group.
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- n. the status or position of a performer acknowledged to be a star; fame, celebrity
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the status of being acknowledged as a star
And so on: seeing how someone aggressively pursues media stardom is a sausage-making experience.
Such "stardom" is not possible without the complicity of the news media.
Similarly on the verge of stardom is Flo, the heavily made-up, motor-mouthed ball of cheer whose bright white smile and manic love for Progressive Insurance has divided audiences.
The pitch that, by Cliff Lee 's own admission, set him on the way to stardom is at least 100 years old.
Yet some launch in stardom while many stay in the shadows or drift away.
(Those sins being a single-minded gluttony for his talents) But one of the sad realities of stardom is the myopia of star-worshippers.
Youtube stardom is like falling out of the bed for these ladies, but her claim to fame is looking into the camera.
She sells her "gently worn" panties over the Internet, because: art stardom is one of the least lucrative career paths at gal can take.
Winfield seemed destined for stardom from the day he was born Oct. 3, 1951, the afternoon when Bobby Thomson hit one of the most famous home runs ever.
Another indicator of stardom is the interest attracted in the book publishing world.