Noun(1) a distinguished female operatic singer; a female operatic star
(1) On top of that, she never earned the reputation of being ‘difficult’ or a diva .(2) The opera diva could accent a single word, like ‘ma’ in Rosina's aria in The Barber of Seville.(3) The legendary soul diva of divas makes a welcome return date to Fairfield Concert Hall.(4) Beneath that formal newsreader exterior, who could have guessed that there lurked the spirit of a dance music diva ?(5) a pop diva(6) she's such a diva that she won't enter a restaurant until they change the pictures on the walls to her liking(7) But perhaps this could be regarded as a larger scale example of a diva bringing her own arias.(8) The rising hip-hop diva has had a lot of good fortune come her way lately.(9) So what is next for the reluctant jazz diva ?(10) In 1851 the famed diva Jenny Lind, known as the Swedish Nightingale, sang at the Academy of Music opera house in Northampton, Mass.(11) Lieberson gets her own diva showcase at the Met later on this season, as Dido in Berlioz's Les Troyens, and I can't wait.(12) Woo is a self-centered downtown diva with a head full of attitude and a body full of designer derring-do.(13) The pop diva has a long cherished dream of giving a live performance with K.J. Jesudas.(14) a pop diva(15) ‘In 1870, the diva of the opera house had the presence and effect of David Beckham, Madonna and Kylie Minogue all rolled into one,’ says Driver.(16) Richardson and Minnie Driver, as a temperamental diva , are not given enough to do.
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