radio star

noun

Definition of radio star

: a cosmic radio source especially : a point source of radio emissions

Examples of radio star in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Video may have killed the radio star, as the song goes, but did a lack of video kill Baez’s 2020 season? Paul Sullivan, chicagotribune.com, "Column: Javier Baez wants in-game video, but he’s probably not going to get it. The Cubs star must revive his 2020 season the old-fashioned way.," 9 Sep. 2020 An attorney investigates the death of a radio star whose co-host is the prime suspect. Los Angeles Times, "Movies on TV for Oct. 6-12: ‘Throne of Blood’ and more," 4 Oct. 2019 Delilah will appear on an upcoming episode of The Dr. Oz Show to talk about the pain of losing her two sons Zack and Sammy Romance radio star Delilah is opening up about the pain of losing two of her sons. Brianne Tracy, PEOPLE.com, "Radio Host Delilah Talks About Overcoming Feelings of 'Rage' Following the Deaths of Her Two Sons," 5 Dec. 2019 During the episode, the topic of kissing comes up as Aniston asks DeGeneres about her recent kiss with Howard Stern, which occurred with the radio star during her Oct. 14 show. Benjamin Vanhoose, PEOPLE.com, "Jennifer Aniston and Ellen DeGeneres Share a Pleasant TV Kiss: 'You Have Such Soft Lips'," 28 Oct. 2019 If video killed the radio star, streaming services revived them. Adam Schubak, Good Housekeeping, "5 Things to Do Before 2018 Ends That Will Help You Kick Off 2019," 30 Nov. 2018 If video killed the radio star, streaming services revived them. Adam Schubak, Good Housekeeping, "5 Things to Do Before 2018 Ends That Will Help You Kick Off 2019," 30 Nov. 2018 Video will embrace the radio star this summer as 64-year-old Howard Stern will become a multimedia play for SiriusXM. Paul Bond, The Hollywood Reporter, "SiriusXM Wants Howard Stern to Be a Video Star Too," 7 Feb. 2018

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First Known Use of radio star

1948, in the meaning defined above

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22 Sep 2020

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“Radio star.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/radio%20star. Accessed 27 Sep. 2020.

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