Emmy

[ US /ˈɛmi/ ]
NOUN
  1. an annual award by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievements in television
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How To Use Emmy In A Sentence

  • in Britain they call a jimmy and jemmy
  • Over a sixty-year career as a writer, actor, coproducer, and activist, Fay Kanin was awarded several Emmys and Peabodys, the ACLU Bill of Rights Award, the Crystal Award from Women in Film, the Burning Bush Award from the University of Judaism, and nominations for Oscar and Tony awards. Fay Kanin.
  • Emmy Rossum showed up to the black carpet early with some friends to be one of the first to take a 20-minute hayride through dozens of horrifying scenes. The Daily Truffle: Celebrities Turn Out for Opening Night of Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park
  • Their color was blue to purple, with some crystals having gemmy areas.
  • “But Gemmy, like every cartoon heroine, was dressed in a soft tunic, a sort of peplos that bared her shoulders and arms and part of her bosom.” callipygian. More Vocabulary from Eco « So Many Books
  • Yet any half-competent peterman with a sectional jemmy would have ripped it open inside five minutes. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
  • So LEMMY show you how to make a stodging hangover meal of MotörHEADbangers shepherd’s pie with Yorkshire puddings. Mosh Potatoes
  • Petra returned to one of the skylights and produced a jemmy from her rucksack. THE RHYTHM SECTION
  • The burglar climbed through an open sliding-glass window after jemmying open a security screen in Mr Miller's home in Gillingham Court, Kirwan. Townsville Bulletin Latest News
  • It was forced off by either a crowbar or a jemmy and it must have been difficult to get off.
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