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starlet in Media topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstarletstar‧let /ˈstɑːlɪt $ ˈstɑːr-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 AMACTOR/ACTRESSa young actress who plays small parts in films and hopes to become famous
Examples from the Corpus
starletShe makes me feel like a starlet.One day at the beach, they encountered a beautiful blonde starlet called Lila Leeds, something of a Lana Turner lookalike.Anglers Choice starlet Graham Metcalfe topped the proceedings for the second successive week and set a new five-hour best of 16-8-0.The 19-year-old Boat Club starlet was struck down by glandular fever last summer, and spent a frustrating time on the sidelines.Meanwhile, those garrulous starlets who utter a quotable phrase almost every time they open their mouths are few and far between.But never mind, the starlets of Hollywood, sorry, Hollyswamp aren't too far away.He clearly viewed my sharp nose and dark beard in a more favorable light than the starlets had.They appeared with starlets at cabarets, guested on game shows and even flirted with politics, always wearing their masks.