Examples of celebrity in a Sentence
The actress lived a life of celebrity.
There were many celebrities at the party.
Recent Examples of celebrity from the Web
The #MeToo movement, which dominated the news since last fall, and its influence on jurors' views may make jurors more likely to believe accusations against a powerful celebrity.
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Between plopping in front of a computer for hours at work and reading up on the latest celebrity gossip world news on your phone after-hours, your eyes might be getting a serious amount of screen time.
That’s particularly true, most likely, of Mark Cuban, who like Trump is a television celebrity.
Both were celebrity chief executives who had run sprawling corporations.
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But there isn't always a constant pull between being a celebrity and being politically active.
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Origin and Etymology of celebrity
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
CELEBRITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of celebrity for English Language Learners
: the state of being famous or celebrated
: a person who is famous
CELEBRITY Defined for Kids
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