Definition of Superstars

1. Noun. (plural of superstar) ¹



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Definition of Superstars

1. superstar [n] - See also: superstar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Superstars

superspinar
superspinars
superspinous
superspins
superspiritual
superspook
superspooks
supersport
superspreader
superspreaders
superspy
superstable
superstar
superstardom
superstardoms
superstars (current term)
superstate
superstates
superstation
superstations
superstatistical
superstatistics
superstimulate
superstimulated
superstimulates
superstimulating
superstimuli
superstimulus
superstition
superstitionist

Literary usage of Superstars

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1. The City and the World: New York's Global Future by Margaret E. Crahan, Alberto Vourvoulias-Bush (1997)
"The superstars have set performance criteria and audience expectations very high, but a significant measure of national or regional diversity—and downright ..."

2. Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways by Jamie Jensen (2006)
"... the "music industry" bias that says sales equals success—not all of the artists honored here were by any means world-famous or commercial superstars. ..."

3. Bridging the Bed-Bench Gap: Contributions of the Markey Trust by ebrary, Inc (2004)
"College students interested in medicine are too often advised that they can become either a physician or a scientist but not both unless they are superstars ..."

4. The City and the World: New York's Global Future by Margaret E. Crahan, Alberto Vourvoulias-Bush (1997)
"The superstars have set performance criteria and audience expectations very high, but a significant measure of national or regional diversity—and downright ..."

5. Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways by Jamie Jensen (2006)
"... the "music industry" bias that says sales equals success—not all of the artists honored here were by any means world-famous or commercial superstars. ..."

6. Bridging the Bed-Bench Gap: Contributions of the Markey Trust by ebrary, Inc (2004)
"College students interested in medicine are too often advised that they can become either a physician or a scientist but not both unless they are superstars ..."

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