Examples of hot ticket in a Sentence
The musical is this season's hot ticket.
She's a hot ticket on the lecture circuit.
Recent Examples of hot ticket from the Web
Friday ▪ The biggest crossover artist in classical music, Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli is also arguably this week’s hottest ticket in town.
The hottest ticket at New York Fashion Week isn’t on the runway at all, but rather onstage at Café Carlyle, where Isaac Mizrahi is currently staging his one-man show, Isaac Mizrahi: Moderate to Severe.
Other hot tickets include red carpet faves Christian Siriano (who is celebrating his 10th anniversary), Calvin Klein, Prabal Gurung, Oscar de la Renta and Monse, whose designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia will present their collection as a film.
On a grand scale of hot tickets to popular events, that's not an outrageous sum.
The exquisite opening-night gala has become one of the hottest tickets in town.
Basketball remains a popular sport for many footballers to watch and play in their spare time and so the O2 was considered the hot ticket and the place to be seen this week.
Favorites such as mighty Duke already has two losses (Boston College and North Carolina State) in the Athletic Coast Conference and Arizona State, the preseason hot ticket in the Pac-12, also has two conference losses.
Instead, the hot ticket is Youth, a film depicting the triumphs and trevails of a group of young girls in a Chinese military performing arts troupe during the Cultural Revolution.
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hot ticket Synonyms
Synonymsbuzz, chic, craze, dernier cri, enthusiasm, fashion, flavor, go, fad, last word, latest, mode, rage, sensation, style, ton, trend, vogue
Related Wordsnine days' wonder (also nine day wonder); new wave; crush, infatuation; fervor, passion; furor, fuss, hullabaloo, to-do, uproar; bandwagon, crusade, cult, movement; novelty, wrinkle; caprice, fancy, whim
Near Antonymsclassic, standard
HOT TICKET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hot ticket for English Language Learners
: someone or something that is very popular
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