Definition of 'socialite'
Example sentences containing 'socialite'
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A socialite and top model in the making.The Sun (2008)
Her actor husband has an eye on the young ladies, her socialite daughters hide secrets of their own and the gossip columns are in pursuit.The Sun (2010)
America's most powerful socialites, stars and politicians flocked to him for gowns that were tastefully extravagant.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Perhaps I should have guessed that a class designed to serve the elite buttocks of models and socialites might not be quite right for me.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The pair made the demand to the socialite and TV star to keep quiet about a relationship, it is claimed.The Sun (2012)
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