Definition of Scene-stealer

1. Noun. An actor who draws more attention than other actors in the same scene. "Babies are natural scene-stealers"

Generic synonyms: Actor, Histrion, Player, Role Player, Thespian



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scene-stealer

scenario
scenarios
scenarist
scenarists
scenary
scenas
scend
scended
scending
scends
scene
scene-dock
scene-docks
scene-shifter
scene-shifters
scene-stealer (current term)
scene kid
scene of action
scene painter
scene safety
scened
sceneful
scenegraph
scenegraphs
sceneless
sceneman
scenemen
scener
sceneries
sceners

Literary usage of Scene-stealer

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1. Falling from Heights by Chris F. Needham (2007)
"old scene-stealer that he is. When the tables are turned the other way, one sees how women really have been typecast by Hugh Hefner's emporium et al. ..."

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