Examples from the Web for barbie
Barbie is an unrealistic, unhealthy, insulting representation of female appearance.
Women are frequently reminded, too, that Barbie would be dangerously underweight if she were a real human.
Mattel recently announced a huge decline in Barbie sales, resulting in $11.2 million lost.
Howell, too, writes that, “Regardless of her problems, Barbie is such a classic.”
Wilson later landed in hot water with some by pushing for the creation of the first Barbie for President doll.Will There Ever Be a ‘Good Wife’ Effect on Politics?|Keli Goff|October 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And it was fine to mount the train at Barbie on the fresh, cool mornings, and be off past the gleaming rivers and the woods.
"Well, I wish you'd say so to Barbie Wallace," her voice sharpened.The Million-Dollar Suitcase|Alice MacGowan
During his first year in Barbie Mrs. Wilson was his sole helper.
At dinner that night there were several braw, braw lads of Barbie Water.
Rab Jamieson's barn was a curious building to be stranded in the midst of Barbie.
British Dictionary definitions for barbie
Word Origin and History for barbie
1959, trademark name (reg. U.S.). Supposedly named after the daughter of its creator, U.S. businesswoman Ruth Handler (1916-2002); see Barbara.