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
One of the biggest celebrity makeup trends right now: not wearing any.
Chicago stepping is a lifestyle that has its own culture, celebrities and influences.
Other musicians and celebrities have also taken to social media to post messages of heartbreak, as well as condolences and messages of support for his family.
The fifth-year Auburn coach was among the local celebrities to take part in the Pro-Am of the Barbasol Championship at aGrand National along the Robert Trent Jones golf trail in Opelika on Wednesday.
Some contours of this saga are familiar in the world of celebrity.
As the L.A. Times notes, the California Republican Party has elected a number of celebrities over the years, including former President Ronald Reagan, former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and former Congressman Sonny Bono.
The hit HBO shows has previously snuck in a few celebrity appearances as extras on the show and the new season will have no shortage of star power.
But Planned Parenthood–funding sales are far from limited to the occasional whims of progressive politicians and their most dedicated celebrity supporters.
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Origin and Etymology of celebrity
Middle English celebrite “fame, renown,” borrowed from Middle French & Latin; Middle French celebrité, borrowed from Latin celebritāt-, celebritās “busy or crowded conditions, reputation, fame,” from celebr-, celeber “much used, frequented, widely known, famed” + -itāt-, -itās -ity — more at celebrate
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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