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
On the other hand, Miguel Sano has reached stardom, Jose Berrios and Max Kepler are on the rise, and Brandon Kintzler made the All-Star team from a bullpen whose most notable member is catcher/mop-up man Chris Gimenez.
Rock stardom — any tenure as a band, really — was not the plan.
But mononucleosis sidelined him a month, delaying his breakout to stardom until his senior season.
Lewis, scheduled to play at 9:45 p.m. tonight at the BMO Harris Pavilion, also vividly recalled that concert, one of many that year and the next as his band rode a wave of stardom as their videos seemed to play on MTV almost constantly.
A TV show, record deal and national tour don't always add up to stardom.
Athletes pass through nearly every college in Louisiana, and some went straight to stardom.
Lockwood is doing just that and riding his way into rodeo stardom, one eight-second thrill at a time.
My rise to stardom in Egypt by any measure was not logical.
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Definition of stardom for English Language Learners
: the state of being a very famous performer
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