Noun(1) a socially prominent person
(1) There's the fashionable socialite who boasts of having over 900 friends, among them none of whom he actually likes.(2) His high jinks, exuberance and grandstanding were the marks of an eccentric, a playboy, a socialite .(3) Around 100 socialites from the city gathered and participated in the ceremony, dressed up in chef gear - yes, wearing chef caps, aprons and gloves.(4) Karol's younger sister, Ida Zaluski, was one of Vienna's leading socialites who always knew how to make an entrance.(5) He was clearly a man of considerable charm, well able to dupe the wealthy socialites of the day into believing him to be one of their own.(6) The article was written by Chester Francis-Jackson, a writer for the Jamaica Gleaner who covers all events such as these, or events put on by the very rich, most well known socialites in Jamaican society.(7) Every night, Manila's socialites would gather in the elegant Sky Room to party and dine.(8) Hong Kong's glitterati and socialites showed up in force.(9) The sisters were raised as socialites who entertained, and were entertained by, both the cream and the froth of society.(10) For the most part, the upstairs bar draws an upscale clientele of suit-wearing, expatriate socialites happy to select wines from an extensive and expensive list.(11) Parisian socialites traditionally were far more interested in being seen than watching the action taking place on the stage.(12) The Veronica Guerin film premiere promises to be a wonderful night out for North Kerry s glittering socialites who will be supporting a very worthy charity.(13) And then right in front of me were two extremely pretty socialites , totally clad in Versace in honour of the event.(14) Popular socialites and the corporate elite of the City were present at the launch as special invitees, and they witnessed lively music and a personalised magic show.(15) We dined in the elegant Pump Room restaurant and drank the warm, odd-tasting, waters of the spring, as the 18th Century socialites had.(16) During the British Raj, socialites in London, New York and Paris became enamored of Indian fabrics and embroidery.
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