Definition of Greta Garbo
1. Noun. United States film actress (born in Sweden) known for her reclusiveness (1905-1990).
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Literary usage of Greta Garbo
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1. Marilyn And Friends by Charles-Henri Favrod (2005)
"... Marilyn Monroe was not yet in the firmament of stars, He chose Greta Garbo and ascertained that the two coexisting iconographic periods in her visage, ..."
2. Caribbean by Barbara Ender-Jones (2001)
"Its sunken symbols and signs are clearly visible at a maximum depth of 32.6 m (12 ft), Whenever Greta Garbo ..."
3. Panama Adventure Guide by Patricia Katzman (2004)
"Greta Garbo stayed here, as did Teddy Roosevelt and Charles Lindbergh. Admiral Byrd chose it to complete his South Pole expedition book, and Ingrid Bergman ..."
4. Adventure Guide Maui by Sharon Hamblin (2005)
"The house is full of history and has hosted such icons as Greta Garbo, Clark Gable and Hillary and Chelsea Clinton. There's even a photo inside of Princess ..."
5. Ireland by Jenny Rees (2000)
"Some, such as couples who have gone away for a romantic few days together, wish, like Greta Garbo, to be alone. Interestingly, the long table seems to cause ..."
6. Wit and Wisdom: A Public Affairs Miscellany by Colin Bingham (1982)
"Greta Garbo, explaining during the shooting of the film Queen Christina how she got mixed up with the American actor John Gilbert, said, 'I was lonely ..."
7. Adventure Guide to Germany by Henk Bekker (2005)
"... of choice for visiting royalty, politicians, entertainers, and other wealthy visitors. Marlene Dietrich was discovered here. Greta Garbo desired to ..."
8. Beside Still Waters by Maria Luisa Fargion (1992)
"Together we visited churches, castles, exhibits; we went to the cinema, delighted to leam that Greta Garbo spoke French. We would put napkins on the grass. ..."