limelight

[ lahym-lahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF limelight

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIMELIGHT

"It must be jolly to know him out of the limelight," said the girl, seriously.

"Talk about clothes bringing one into the limelight," she commented.

How many of those that stood out in the limelight of '98 can tell the tale to-day?

Uncle Peter crossed over and got in the limelight with Lizzie.

Don't forget the team that has helped us all season, the team that doesn't get into the limelight.

In the middle of it, a member of the jury, anxious to be in the limelight, asked him a question.

He avoided the limelight, and never courted publicity for himself.

It was Larrys turn to be in the limelight in the Brooklyns half of the fourth.

Jean had her dinner in bed, rather enjoying being in the limelight.

The limelight has been turned right on to subsequent volunteers.

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