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Use "starlets" in a sentence
"There's a long and honorable tradition of starlets, which is what Stone was when she appeared in the magazine, and fading starlets, like Arquette, posing for Playboy, but I can't think of a single serious star who did it, even one who felt her career faltering or fading."
"The pupils are so-called starlets best known for their empty heads and eating disorders; troublemakers one step away from incarceration; and junior royals too embarrassing to be let out in public."
"Big-name starlets like Bette Davis ( "The Letter") and Katharine Hepburn ( "The Philadelphia Story") were up for the 1940 award but didn't win, losing out to Ginger Rogers for the title role in "Kitty Foyle.""