Examples of stardom in a Sentence
an actress who has achieved movie stardom
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Peters’ and Kelce’s rises to relative stardom in the NFL have been fertilized by Reid’s style.
My one complaint is that finding a restaurant here with consistent and great service is not easy—most everyone is trying for stardom after all.
Back then, Scarbrough seemed on the cusp of stardom -- blasting through Florida, Washington and Clemson before fracturing his right leg at the end of the third quarter in the CFP title game.
Brookfield Central alumnus Joe Thomas, whose name itself is befitting of anonymity, has thus lived an unassuming life of super-stardom, at least until recently.
Issa Rae catapulted into stardom with her web series, Awkward, but now an easy, breezy partnership is headed her way.
Like many idiosyncratic performers, Vaughn's strengths decayed into shtick once stardom entered the picture.
Google Doodle's animated video tells her story, from childhood to stardom, and features her singing her hit single Bidi Bidi Bom Bom.
Their accounts hint at the sweep of Weinstein's alleged harassment, targeting women on the way to stardom, those who had barely acted and others in between.
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