Examples of icon in a Sentence
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He has become an icon in the movie business.
a singer who has become a pop icon
The Statue of Liberty has become an American cultural icon.
Recent Examples of icon from the Web
The idea of the 'French girl' as a beauty and style icon is inescapable.
Meanwhile, the left has glitter-gunned her into a kitsch icon.
China allowed her to leave the country Tuesday, ending an eight-year house arrest that made the soft-spoken, chain-smoking 57-year-old poet with a shaven head a tragic icon known around the world.
Angelique Kerber is the new Wimbledon champion, but Serena Williams is walking away from the match an icon.
This definitive memoir traces the arc of his life from a small village, to his years as a revolutionary, to his long imprisonment, and ultimately his ascension to unifying President, leader, and global icon.
And now, his icon status is getting fuel from an unlikely place: local library paint-alongs with wait lists to get in.
One lucky biker can win a classic motorcycle formerly owned (and signed) by Boston rock icon Steven Tyler of Aerosmith in Bridgewater this week.
For more info: PASSAGE: Tab Hunter The Hollywood star and gay icon died on Sunday, July 8, 2018 at age 86.
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Origin and Etymology of icon-
ICON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of icon for English Language Learners
computers : a small picture on a computer screen that represents a program or function
: a person who is very successful and admired
: a widely known symbol
ICON Defined for Kids
Definition of icon for Students
- The Statue of Liberty has become an icon of freedom.
- a pop icon
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