Shirley Temple

NOUN
  1. popular child actress of the 1930's (born in 1928)
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How To Use Shirley Temple In A Sentence

  • Yes, she and not I, the true heir to Shirley Temple–dom. Roseanne Archy
  • Along with being treated like Shirley Temple your entire adult life, another byproduct of petiteness is the difficulty in finding clothes that not only fit you properly, but also don't make you look like you've got one foot in the grave. Tara Dublin: The Short and the Short of It
  • She's easily 20 years older than you but she's drinking a Shirley Temple and she's pretty tarted-up, pretty hot - a bona fide cougar.
  • It was presented as an episode in the children's anthology series 'Shirley Temple's Storybook' and it stands at the official televersion of that early American classic in the TV Universe. ROBERT CULP IN "THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES"
  • Carmen Elcira was 16 years old, sitting in a laundry room in Punta Paitilla, and drinking her fifth Shirley Temple of the evening.
  • Shirley Temple was only a child when she was there; the tiny hands and feet are heartbreaking. Jane Minogue: Hooray for Hollywood's Dearly Departed
  • Debbie sang and danced and impersonated Shirley Temple like I did, but she was thin and bubbly and I was fat and morose, so you do the math. Roseanne Archy
  • As a child, I looked up to movie stars (Shirley Temple, The Bionic Woman), as a teen, I admiredglamorous runwaymodels (Paulina Porizkova, Estelle Lefébure) as a young woman Ipined overliterary figures (it didn't reallymatter who they were, if they were writers I pined). French Word-A-Day:
  • After he died in a plane crash, Rogers was replaced at the top of the box office charts by Shirley Temple, whose breakthrough film was Stand Up and Cheer, released by Fox in 1934. A Renegade History of the United States
  • Dressing in a red leotard, hanging out at bars drinking Shirley Temples is not exciting.
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