Definition of diva
Examples of diva in a Sentence
the reigning diva of daytime television
Recent Examples of diva from the Web
After taking up drums at just 3 years old, Blackwell played with legendary R&B diva Patti LaBelle before joining Prince’s band, The New Power Generation in 2000.
The leader of OneRepublic has helped craft dozens of hits for his band as well as for stars ranging from R&B diva Beyoncé to boy band One Direction.
Polly Jean Harvey is restrained, theatrical, a diva.
Toscanini’s relationship with Geraldine Farrar, the reigning diva of the Metropolitan Opera, was hardly a secret.
Well, one certainly couldn't hurt this array of disinterested divas.
Her costumes are outlandish and her attitude is pure diva — but her frivolity has a worthy nonconformist agenda behind it.
Like an aging diva who knows how to present her best side, Café Roval requires diners to walk down a narrow, stone side path to enter through a lush garden with a waterfall and rock-rimmed pond.
Joan Collins and Linda Evans starred as dueling and fabulously wealthy divas.
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DIVA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of diva for English Language Learners
: the main female singer in an opera company
: a famous and successful woman who is very attractive and fashionable; especially : an attractive and successful female performer or celebrity
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