Examples of starlet in a Sentence
She was a starlet in the 1940s.
Recent Examples of starlet from the Web
L.A. glitter meant nothing in those dusty, bare rooms, where starlets were eyed with chilly suspicion.
Deployed in a three-man central defence early in 2016/17, the ex-Barnsley starlet took over from Coleman at right-back from late March onwards, and did more than enough to show his quality in that role.
And Trump was, by all accounts, delighted to be among the actors, starlets, and television personalities who flock to the A-list dinner each year.
The sequence ends with a leap and a lift, her hands on their shoulders, framed above them like a ’50s starlet.
There have been no scandals, no tumultuous relationships with Disney Channel starlets, and, impressively, no bad outfits, either.
The young starlet paired a bold red and white wrap top with vintage denim jeans and red pumps.
MODEL GENES: The rising starlet was selected by Miu Miu as the face of its 2016 campaign.
Dennis (Christian Whelan) owns a rock club, where employees include funnyman Lonny (John Hays) and bumpkin-with-starlet-dreams waitress Sherrie (Shannon Mullen).
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STARLET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of starlet for English Language Learners
: a young movie actress
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