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stardom Line breaks: star|dom
Pronunciation: /ˈstɑːdəm/

Definition of stardom in English:


[mass noun]
The state or status of being a very famous or talented entertainer or sports player: her rise to stardom has been meteoric John Thaw shot to stardom with his portrayal of Inspector Morse
More example sentences
  • They are very much coach's players who have gained stardom, lost it, and regained it again.
  • But his experience in the field of production held him in good stead in the rise to stardom.
  • After the pair enjoyed an implausible pop stardom together, Flynn baled out and found peace with his inner self.

Words that rhyme with stardom

shahdom, tsardom

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