Definition of 'paparazzi'
Example sentences containing 'paparazzi'
That would be the first place the journalists and the paparazzi would come looking for him.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
like deranged member of the paparazzi who has just spotted Gordon Brown & Tony Blair in naked sex romp.AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2001)
Immediately behind a hastily erected cordon of thick gold rope stands a scrabbling posse of paparazzi.LOVE YOU MADLY (2001)
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