[ US /ˈdivə/ ]
[ UK /dˈiːvɐ/ ]
[ UK /dˈiːvɐ/ ]
- a distinguished female operatic singer; a female operatic star
How To Use diva In A Sentence
- But she's no diva and enjoys her role in the band on equal footing with two men. The Sun
- Of course people have noticed before that Matisse posed his models in flimsy, filmy harem pants on divans and cushions covered with flowered or striped stuffs against fabric screens and curtains.
- Fracas, that mother of all big floral scents, the strange, kinky Diva Tubereuse Criminelle, and the lustrously beautiful Carnal Flower. Archive 2007-07-01
- Sheols of houris in chems upon divans, (revolted stellas vespertine vesamong them) at a bare (O!) mention of the scaly rybald exclaimed: Poisse! Finnegans Wake
- Godiva was the wife of Leofric, earl of Mercia, one of the three great earls of 11th-century England.
- It appears the glee club diva is developing a schoolgirl crush on her admittedly dreamy teacher. New 'Glee' clips: Will and Rachel do 'Endless Love!' | EW.com
- Haddock, the explosive, semi-sozzled scion of Marlinspike Hall; Cuthbert Calculus, the nearly deaf genius inventor; Thompson and Thomson, the bumbling identical-twin detectives; and opera diva Bianca Castafiore, aka the Milanese Nightingale, who is the sole female character to recur in Hergé's Tintin stories. Tintin & Co.
- Different soil compositions and geomorphic factors affect the distribution of wildlife and make room for other vegetative groups such as halophyte plants including Atriplex, Larrea divaricata, L. cuneifolia, Suaeda, and Tricomaria. Humid Pampas
- You know, Diana Ross said you've got to earn the title diva, and it's okay. CNN Transcript Jul 2, 2005
- From the firmness of its drawing, and the depth and singular purity of its colour, "Godiva" stood, if we judge aright, as at once a great performance and a great pledge. Famous Reviews