Examples of wannabe in a Sentence
an entrepreneur who seems to have made his fortune mainly by giving how-to-get-rich lectures to entrepreneurial wannabes
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Hundreds of wannabe contestants lined up at Waterfront Park early Wednesday morning with the hopes of becoming a super star.
RV Baby Josh Hutcherson as a wannabe rapper in oversized clothing was almost too much for this movie.
Warren used to just be a wannabe Bernie Sanders, the man of the people railing at fat cats on Wall Street.
Visitors are drawn like a magnet to the cluster of chain hotels and crass commercialism lining the beach near the pier, including the landmark Ron Jon Surf Shop, its imitators and wannabes.
The drive to recall Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett is being led publicly by a bunch of political wannabes and nobodies.
War for the Planet of the Apes is hardly all joy and light: Harrelson's loose-cannon Colonel is a sadist and wannabe dictator, and the movie contains some harrowing scenes of ape suffering.
Or is that just the grandiose thinking of a wannabe-savior?
Supporting this core trio are Fred Savage as Ethan's literary agent Max, Nat Faxon as trust-fund party guy Nick, and Jae Suh Park as wannabe actress Marianne.
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Origin and Etymology of wannabe
First Known Use: 1981See Words from the same year
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