Examples of star turn in a Sentence
She was nominated for an Oscar for her star turn as a single mother raising three children alone.
She was the star turn in yesterday's game.
Recent Examples of star turn from the Web
The Cleveland star turned a pair of unassisted double plays in April.
Derek Jeter, former New York Yankees star turned executive, became a part owner of the Miami Marlins and their chief executive officer – making him first ever black CEO of a the Major League Baseball team.
This period’s mothers intrigued, but so did their daughters, no longer the bad seeds or ciphers used to prop up an older actress’ star turn.
And in those instances, Jackson III has flourished, making a star turn.
Known for his star turn as a wide receiver for the Indianapolis Colts (2001-2014), Wayne was also a star at Ehret High School in Louisiana.
Former Saturday Night Live star turned Minnesota senator, Al Franken, was accused this week of groping a TV host and kissing her without her consent.
Opening night did reveal one tremendous surprise — a star turn by Sydney Patrick as Lauren, a klutzy, shy factory-floor worker who pines for Charlie.
Nothing But Respect for My President The continual defacement of reality television star turned commander-in-chief Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star led to one girl proudly proclaiming cleaning up the vandalism on Twitter.
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First Known Use of star turn
STAR TURN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of star turn for English Language Learners
: a performance or role in a movie, play, etc., that is done by a star or that makes someone become a star
: the most important or successful person or thing in a group (such as a sports team)
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