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Synonyms for superstar

Synonyms for superstar

someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field

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And the way you treat this elite group will determine the number of other team members who want to join the super-star ranks.
Ginger geezer Avid - alias zany LEIGH FRANCIS - has been trying to get the super-star on his Channel 4 show for 12 months.
And the Dutch super-star's doctor insisted Gullit won't kick a ball in anger until December at the earliest.
Summary: Hollywood super-star George Clooney was in Milan on Monday to see designer Giorgio Armani's spring/summer 2011womens wear collection.
Simon Cowell has but one talent, he can make "no marks" into superstars and reduce super-stars to "no-marks".
Former head teacher Leighton Rees from Carmarthenshire joins Super-Stars to support the quality and control of programmes delivered by the company, which works with more than 150 schools across the UK.
If only more architectural book-making in which the architect is involved with production could be like this--clear, unaggressive, evocative, perceptive--we might start to make a much more civilised world than that encouraged by the simplistic, flashy handling of the work of contemporary super-stars in most contemporary publication.
I have to stand up in front of a number of super-stars and a number of kids between the ages of 18 and 24 that really believe they know it all, and I am trying to say they shouldn't gamble."
HOLLYWOOD super-stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep are set to star in a new film together - but NOT in the same scenes.