rising star (ˈraɪzɪŋ stɑː)
- a person who is starting to do very well in a particular sport, art or area of business
and who people think will soon be very successful
Example Sentences Including 'rising star'
Eddie Pope is a great defender, up front Landon Donovan is a rising star with a big future.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
His popularity waxed so quickly that it amazed everyone, especially Bardo, who was very jealous of Hanuman's rising star.
The Broken God
Once again the gossip sheets whispered that the rising star Mary and the dashing theatre manager Sheridan were more than friends.
PERDITA: The Life of Mary Robinson (2004)
STAR WATCH The rising star of these Olympics will be Great Britain's Ben Ainslie.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
Sarkozy is head of French President Jacques Chirac's governing party and widely seen as a rising star in French politics.
The marriage of Ginny Clayton and Ambassador Lord Camborne was all grist to the publicity mill of the rising star , Christine Clayton.
The Ambassador's Women
The monsignor had been a rising star from the moment he had been brought into St Justin Martyr to become the parish priest.
The Serpent's Mark
The weight of expectation for a British win is heavy on this rising star 's 23-year-old shoulders.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
Top of the rising star pile was lickle Chesney out of Corrie - aka 11-year-old Sam Aston.
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