Examples of starlet in a Sentence
She was a starlet in the 1940s.
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Sadly, Marilyn did follow in her favorite actress's footsteps, and not just in terms of fame: The two starlets' untimely and controversial deaths were as similar as their successes in life.
To bring everything together, Avendaño gave the Modern Family starlet a peachy-rose nude lip with Avon True Color Glimmersticks Lip Liner in Peach Envy and Avon True Color Perfectly Matte Lipstick in Marvelous Mocha.
But the young starlet is inspiring her fans in many more forms than just music.
Hervé Léger's girdle-like garments became famous in the '90s and '00s for their popularity among starlets and socialites.
From her 1987 semi-autobiographical novel Postcards From the Edge came the story of Suzanne Vale (an actress and daughter of a Golden Age movie starlet) recovering from a drug overdose, later adapted by Fisher into a Meryl Streep-starring film.
Manchester City are waiting to welcome back starlet Phil Foden after the youngster inspired his country to U17 World Cup glory in Kolkata.
Eddie, as king of the 1950s pop charts, was at the height of his crooning career, and Debbie, just off her acclaimed breakout role in Singin’ in the Rain (1952), was a fresh new starlet.
For Blackish star Yara Shahidi, who will headline the forthcoming spinoff series Grown-ish, the 2017 Emmys provided an opportunity to highlight her move from child actress to elegant starlet.
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