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Eminem (ˌɜmɪˈnɜm Pronunciation for Eminem



  1. real name Marshall Mathers III. born 1972, US White rap performer noted for his controversial lyrics; recordings include The Slim Shady LP (1999) and The Eminem Show (2002); he also starred in the film 8 Mile (2002)

Example Sentences Including 'Eminem'

Copies of `The Eminem Show ' `were being sold openly in New York last week for $5.
NME (New Musical Express) (2002)
He hasn't even told any sex jokes, or quoted any Eminem lyrics, or anything.
Scarlett Thomas GOING OUT (2002)
His phone starts playing an electronic version of `Guilty Conscience ' by Eminem and vibrating across the table.
Scarlett Thomas GOING OUT (2002)
I came across like Wilfrid Hyde-White trying to interview Eminem.
Edited by Robin Robertson MORTIFICATION: Writers' Stories of their Public Shame (2003)
I think it was a lyric from some Eminem thing or whatever and I know it was just a joke but it was really doing my head in.
Scarlett Thomas GOING OUT (2002)
International album The Eminem Show, Eminem ; Escape, Enrique Iglesias; Nellyville, Nelly; Laundry Service, Shakira.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Roger McGough, the Liverpool-born poet, admitted yesterday: "I have never listened to Eminem.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
The careers of stars such as Eminem and Courtney Love have thrived on real or suspected criminal activity.
Globe and Mail (2003)


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