Minsky became a role model for those living with disabilities, redefining long-held standards of beauty and perfection.
He was our role model, our instructor on making mischief, our hero.
Instantly, a broken neck incapacitated an American role model, and no doctor on the planet could help.
Their role model was the March 11, 2004 attack on Madrid's trains that killed or wounded almost 2,000.
By bringing home bacon and soul, Kunis may just be the role model men have been seeking.
Still, her exasperation over being a role model for the gay community seemed to be headed towards a breaking point.
Michael Tomasky says that would be a terrible idea—and he has another Hollywood role model in mind for the president.
Berney then went on to say that he considered the former Baltimore Raven to be “a model citizen and a role model.”
Jagger was a role model … and David was convinced he was bisexual.
At home, she was a “rock for the rest of the family” and “a role model for the younger kids,” says a family friend.
role model n.
A person who serves as a model in a particular behavioral or social role for another person to emulate.
A person who serves as an example of the values, attitudes, and behaviors associated with a role. For example, a father is a role model for his sons. Role models can also be persons who distinguish themselves in such a way that others admire and want to emulate them. For example, a woman who becomes a successful brain surgeon or airline pilot can be described as a role model for other women.