Celebrities [noun]

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You have reached a trifle wide perhaps; too many celebrities?

His dearest wishes were to make the acquaintance of the musical celebrities of Berlin, and to hear some really good music.

Hiller says that all the musical celebrities of Paris were there, and that Chopin's performances took everybody by storm.

Gallegher's knowledge of the local celebrities of the district confused the zealous officer of the peace.

Many celebrities strayed from one studio to the other, and were painted by Reynolds as well as by Gainsborough.

Simultaneously it began to revolve rapidly on its cable, as such cages will, whether filled with bricks or with celebrities.

The worst of celebrities in these democratic days is that they won't come unless you ask their wives and families, too!

"I hear you're going to be one of the celebrities," she said, busying herself with her typewriter machine.

The "visitors' list" of the Goldener Adler is one long entry of nobles and celebrities.

Those who know the world—France, Paris—know how true it is that many celebrities are thus created.