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socialite

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsocialiteso‧cial‧ite /ˈsəʊʃəl-aɪt $ ˈsoʊ-/ noun [countable]  FASHIONABLEsomeone who is well known for going to many fashionable parties, and who is often rich a Washington socialite
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socialiteRene Russo re-enacts the true story of Gertrude Lintz, a socialite who nurses an infant ape to robust health.Faye Dunaway plays a socialite who has changed her identity to escape her father.One anxious socialite complained that five of her dinner invitations had been cancelled.Juliet was grateful to find a kindred spirit among all these wealthy public-school-educated socialites.The man who is now so Victorian in his manners and morals was a rampant socialite.He tapped an array of contributors, among them celebrities, politicos and wannabes, unions, socialites and lawyers.The company's passenger lists glittered with film stars, aristocrats, writers, socialites, and tycoons.
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