Examples of statuette in a Sentence
won a gold-plated statuette as the prize
Recent Examples of statuette from the Web
Not only that, but the statuette became a Moon Person rather than a Moon Man.
A static television sits in the center, with Hello Kitty statuettes and Fiji water bottles liberally scattered around the clothes for contemporary contrast.
And on the mantle there are 10 soldier statuettes which mysteriously vanish, one by one, as their human counterparts turn up dead.
She was later awarded two more honorary César statuettes to suit her extraordinary filmic achievements.
Hollywood may soon hand a golden statuette to an actress from the Bluegrass.
Demand for tourist merchandise has since evaporated, and unsold statuettes, returned from the shops, stand in dusty rows in Pushpa Raj’s bedroom.
That hype-backlash cycle doesn’t always end with the best picture statuette either.
The ceremony, known as patotsav, is essentially a birthday for the set of gleaming idols that stand on the altar at the front of the building, statuettes of Hindu gods that are believed to contain the beings' divinity.
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First Known Use of statuette
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Definition of statuette for English Language Learners
: a small statue
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