Noun(1) a widely known person(2) the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed
(1) Shrewd and fiercely honest, Fanny scorned the cheapness of her newfound celebrity .(2) The whole cult of celebrity is so boring but the snobbery is just as bad.(3) Such reticence, of course, is a cardinal sin in a media world that worships the gods of celebrity and fame.(4) I got into the role and became a minor celebrity .(5) Anna claims to have been largely unaware of her father's celebrity until she was 12.(6) Special guest will be well-known celebrity Fifi the Clown.(7) his prestige and celebrity grew(8) Yet for all his international celebrity , Paolozzi never lost touch with his roots.(9) A savvy lawyer knows how to use a client's brand of celebrity to his advantage.(10) Elvis Presley has now been a dead celebrity longer than he was a living one.(11) As long as they were near a main road, they could achieve national celebrity .(12) a celebrity chef(13) In each round, they were asked questions by a local television celebrity .(14) Along the way the film manages to say a lot about the nature of class, celebrity and capitalism in America.(15) he didn't want the celebrity(16) That's often the price of fame and celebrity , and if you need proof, just ask Kieren Fallon.
(1) celebrity :: enwog
1. famous person ::
2. fame ::
3. renown ::
Different Formscelebrities, celebrity
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