Katharine Hepburn

NOUN
  1. United States film actress who appeared in many films with Spencer Tracy (1907-2003)
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How To Use Katharine Hepburn In A Sentence

  • O'BRIEN: Let's talk about Katharine Hepburn, the new book about -- I guess it's her authorized autography. CNN Transcript Jul 14, 2003
  • Despite this golden record of movie achievement, Spencer Tracy has increasingly become somewhat of an appendage to the name of Katharine Hepburn, his co-star in nine movies and real-life paramour. Hollywood's Favorite Actor
  • Katharine Hepburn was born into a family of free thinkers - her father a pioneering doctor in Hartford, Conn., her mother, a suffragette and birth control activist.
  • The private belongings of Katharine Hepburn have been gathered into 691 lots and arranged in, appropriately, twenty-four room-sized sets to recreate the home-loving, practical side of the glamorous Hollywood star.
  • She has an elegant, beautifully-proportioned face, and she can turn a line with the snappy, East-coast smarts of a young Katharine Hepburn. COLDHEART CANYON
  • A sort of Katharine Hepburn figure.
  • Katharine Hepburn as Hecuba, the Trojan queen who has lost her sons and city, opens the play prostrate on the scarred earth of Troy towards the end of the siege, after a failed attempt to throw herself into its smoldering ruins, she says, "Up from the ground, trembling body. Katerina Zacharia: Remembering Michael Cacoyannis
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