A favored and especially gifted boy or man; fair-haired boy: Casey regarded Inman as a brittle golden boy, worried about his image
[1937+; popularized by the title of Clifford Odets's 1937 play about a boxer]
“I know how much the people of Japan love the golden boy,” he gushed.
The former Virginia governor was once the golden boy of the GOP.
Paige Williams reports on the California golden boy who became an unlikely and elusive fugitive.
The play nominees include Cyrano de Bergerac, The Nance, The Heiress, and golden boy.
Will Tom Brokaw, on what could very well be his last day as host, dare grill the golden boy?
A son was born to her whom she named Kintaro, the golden boy.
He's been the people's golden boy, their last-ditch hope for peace.
golden boy over there will have a beef barbecue, probably, won't you, Fred?
He steered the ship with the golden boy upon the prow, in which your father sailed to conquer England.
But the golden boy loved best of all to fly through the air with his arms round the neck of a gentle-eyed stag.