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  1. a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “star.”

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Personally, I am dreaming about making a batch of homemade tiramisu in Estelle’s stemless Amber Smoke line.

From Eater

I went in and Robert Fox, Al Pacino, and Estelle Parsons were there, and I read with Jeremy Strong.

We've lost Estelle Getty, Bea Arthur, and Rue McClanahan, and someday, Betty White will be gone, too.

Chris Brown, British singer Estelle, Kelly Osbourne, and many other stars, took a trip down the runway.

You're not supposing that Estelle got up and went down and drugged with chloroform a big strong man like Elton, are you?

She was followed by her husband and a timid-looking little woman, whom Cleek did not need to be told was Estelle Jardine.

A shriek burst from Estelle Jardine's white lips, and she turned to fly to him.

Estelle is a courageous woman and discreet with the unpierceable reticence of spontaneity.

Opposite her door, Estelle stooped to lace her slipper, for which purpose she had left the drawing-room.