Examples of beauty queen in a Sentence
every loving husband considers his wife a beauty queen
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Former beauty queen and model Olivia Culpo has confirmed her breakup with New England Patriots's wide reciever, Danny Amendola.
After Snapchat posted a tone-deaf ad referencing Chris Brown’s conviction for assaulting Rihanna, the singer and beauty queen slammed the app.
Participating in the parade were not only leprechauns, Irish Societies, Irish pubs and Irish setters, but also military and veteran groups, non-profits and for-profit businesses, schools, bands, political organizations, beauty queens and clowns.
This holds especially true for 24-year-old Pearl, a low-energy beauty queen with a healthy Instagram following who sleepwalked her way to the top three.
His family maintained that he had been denied the win because the winner traditionally kissed a beauty queen—a white woman—and officials couldn’t handle it.
Center stage was beauty queen and songstress, Kelela, who performed vocals looking fresh faced in a trio of architectural knots.
With the 20th anniversary of the child beauty queen's death coming up this year, multiple TV networks have announced projects that seek to shed new light on what really happened the night of Dec. 26, 2006.
There’s cotton candy and turkey legs, beauty queens and evening dances, cookouts and eating contests, a gun and knife show and plenty of souvenirs.
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Definition of beauty queen for English Language Learners
: a woman or girl who is a winner of a beauty contest
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