Definition of stardom
: the status or position of a star
Examples of stardom in a Sentence
an actress who has achieved movie stardom
Recent Examples of stardom from the Web
Since their creation 30 years ago, the looping clips have followed a rocky path to stardom, going from ubiquitous to repudiated and back again.
NASH Next 2016 brought us a potentially great artist whose in-person performances and on-air presence shows him on a trajectory for stardom.
The Office of Government Ethics is not usually a breeding ground for political stardom — or conflict.
Willis, meanwhile, isn’t wasting anytime preparing to once again command center staged with the group that propelled him to international stardom.
Welcome to Girl on the Rise, our recurring interview series featuring our favorite newcomers on the verge of stardom.
Duane died in 1971 at age 24, just as the group achieved stardom.
Architectural stardom has its privileges — even when the blazing ideas of architectural stars fizzle out.
But while the fanciful image of LA shimmers under the marquee lights of stardom, the reality of this sprawling metropolis is something else – a swirl of glitz and grime, stars and smog, pretentious flair and bitter poverty.
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First Known Use of stardom
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Definition of stardom for English Language Learners
: the state of being a very famous performer
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