Definition of Steve martin

1. Noun. United States actor and comedian (born in 1945).

Exact synonyms: Martin
Generic synonyms: Actor, Histrion, Player, Role Player, Thespian, Comedian, Comic



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Literary usage of Steve martin

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1. A History of the Adirondacks by Alfred Lee Donaldson (1921)
"He was a tall, powerful man, with red hair, and if ever a man was born to his craft, I should say that was true of steve martin. He had the native instinct ..."

2. Screamfree Parenting: Raising Your Kids by Keeping Your Cool by Hal Edward Runkel (2005)
"An elderly steve martin stands up to the crowd's applause and his son goes on ... Instead, steve martin is completely befuddled, trying to coax his son with ..."

3. Ill-Equipped: U.S. Prisons and Offenders with Mental Illness by Sasha Abramsky (2003)
"The inability to breathe is 263 Human Rights Watch telephone interview with Steve Martin, attorney, Austin, Texas, ()ctober 1, 2002. ..."

4. Men I Have Fished with: Sketches of Characters and Incidents with Rod and by Fred Mather (1897)
"Black-eyed steve martin was a fair shot, but that did not satisfy him; he always had an excuse for not being first—the powder was not as good, the patch was ..."

5. Men I Have Fished with: Sketches of Characters and Incidents with Rod and by Fred Mather (1897)
"Black-eyed steve martin was a fair shot, but that did not satisfy him; he always had an excuse for not being first—the powder was not as good, the patch was ..."

6. The Life and Letters of Joel Chandler Harris by Julia Collier Harris, Katherine H. Wootten (1918)
"... way back in the seventies that Joe was born about six miles northwest of Eaton- ton, in the neighborhood of Lumsden's Mill, now owned by steve martin. ..."

7. The Life and Letters of Joel Chandler Harris by Julia Collier Harris, Katherine H. Wootten (1918)
"... way back in the seventies that Joe was born about six miles northwest of Eaton- ton, in the neighborhood of Lumsden's Mill, now owned by steve martin. ..."

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