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
Athletes pass through nearly every college in Louisiana, and some went straight to stardom.
My rise to stardom in Egypt by any measure was not logical.
Connecticut Republicans say Murphy cares more about his rising stardom than his constituents.
How, exactly, did Butler’s fairy-tale rise to stardom in Chicago end like this?
Butler ultimately rose to stardom in Chicago after being selected No.
Not long after his debut with the Birmingham Black Barons in 1948, Mays was put on the fast track to stardom.
So many of these correspondents have journeyed on to stardom, from Steve Carell to Stephen Colbert, Ed Helms to John Oliver.
Born in the southwestern province of Sichuan shortly after Mao Zedong declared the establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949, Liu always dreamed of stardom.
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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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