headliner[ hed-lahy-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF headliner
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They called Eric from private life to be headliner in their vaudeville.
He was only nineteen when he joined the club and was a headliner from the start.
Eight meetings announced him as headliner, with Cooper Union as the climax.
Why must the headliner always be a talking or a singing person who tells you how much money he needs, or how much she is getting?
The chills were running up and down my spine in our cold apartment, but this headliner froze me stiff.