a person, such as a performer or athlete, who enjoys wide recognition, is esteemed for exceptional talent, and is eagerly sought after for their services.
any very prominent or successful person or thing.
- su·per·star·dom, noun
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How to use superstar in a sentence
You normally don’t see clubs move on from a guy who’s a superstar.Bam Adebayo Is Making Plays, Denver Is Making Us Look Bad, And The Lakers May Need To Make Some Adjustments | Chris Herring (firstname.lastname@example.org) | September 17, 2020 | FiveThirtyEight
It pulls you in with these ideas that you are a superstar because you’re cooking food.Christian Puglisi Is Closing His Influential Copenhagen Restaurants. COVID Is Only Partly to Blame | Rafael Tonon | September 17, 2020 | Eater
That’s well above the long-term average for the Nasdaq 100, but looks reasonable given that our group is packed with superstars, though big earners Apple, Microsoft, and Intel are veterans well past their jackrabbit growth phases.Want to understand why tech stocks are crashing? This metric explains it all | Shawn Tully | September 9, 2020 | Fortune
This wide world simply contains too many young superstars worth recognizing.Fortune’s 40 Under 40 honorees in tech defy the pandemic | rhhackettfortune | September 2, 2020 | Fortune
Tech superstars have been far outperforming inexpensive names in such sectors as banking and manufacturing for years.The champ’s big comeback: Why beaten-down value stocks are poised to thrive | Shawn Tully | August 18, 2020 | Fortune
Eventually, she did—more or less—reinventing herself as Nicki Minaj and becoming a platinum-selling hip-hop superstar.
Take one part Kim Kardashian, perhaps our most polarizing superstar, and add oil and champagne.
Republican superstar Paul Ryan is still mooted as potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate.
That victory for the tab became a bargaining chip in all future dealings with the superstar.
And he is, to the extent there is such a thing, a “conservative superstar.”
British Dictionary definitions for superstar
a popular singer, film star, etc, who is idolized by fans and elevated to a position of importance in the entertainment industry
- superstardom, noun
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