supermodel

[soo-per-mod-l]
noun
an extremely prominent and successful model who can command very high fees.

Origin:
1970–75

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supermodel (ˈsuːpəˌmɒdəl)
 
n
a very successful and well-known photographic or catwalk model

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Word Origin & History

supermodel
1979, from super- + model.
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Example sentences
She was a supermodel who lived in outer space and traveled by spaceship, and she existed only in the dimension of his imagination.
Supermodel offers health, relationship, and beauty tips as well as biographical information.
The fashion house scrapped a campaign featuring the supermodel last year following tabloid accusations that she had used drugs.
If one supermodel gets attention then three must triple it.
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