Headliners [noun]

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While the headliners were no surprise, there were some unexpected developments in the first ballot.

They began working together as teenagers and ended up as headliners at their own 1,500-seat theater at the Mirage hotel in Las Vegas.

New York was one of the few teams with meaningful cap space this summer, but it had no luck with headliners such as Fred VanVleet and Hayward.

The long, athletic forward was ranked 101st in the country by recruiting site 247Sports as the headliner of Georgetown’s class, which the site ranked 53rd.

The headliner will likely be the iPhone 12 with its new 5G compatibility, but this is one of Apple’s biggest events of the year, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see a few more announcements on the hardware front.

They all will be headliners for next week’s virtual The Atlantic Festival as the publisher seeks to surpass 1 million viewers during the event’s four days.

Why must the headliner always be a talking or a singing person who tells you how much money he needs, or how much she is getting?

The chills were running up and down my spine in our cold apartment, but this headliner froze me stiff.

They called Eric from private life to be headliner in their vaudeville.

Eight meetings announced him as headliner, with Cooper Union as the climax.