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(1) She is the idol of countless teenagers.
(2) By this time Pitt had become a teenage idol.
(3) As an only child he was the idol of his parents.
(4) Teenagers made Dean their idol.
(5) Blind worship of this idol must be ended.
(6) She had made an idol of her husband.
(7) The film made an idol of her.
(8) Screaming fans vied to get closer to their idol.
(9) He has been my idol since I was a child.
(10) Jim Radcliffe became our idol, as it were[sentencedict.com], the man we all wanted to be.
(11) The football player is the idol of many young people.
(12) Jones continues to be a major pop idol.
(13) We have tried taking small samples from the idol.
(14) Yet he walked and talked like a matinee idol.
(15) The idol stood on a nearby workbench.
(16) The idol had the shape of a large rock stretched out at Falat on the coast in the vicinity of Jidda. Sentencedict.com
(17) Muhammad Ali was my idol when I was a boy.
(18) Gabriel saw a man praying before an idol, lying prostrate.
(19) Charles stood like a carved idol receiving the homage of the faithful.
(20) The former President, once the idol of the nation, now leads a quiet life in the countryside.
(21) A great cheer went up from the crowd as they caught sight of their idol.
(22) I was in sheer ecstasy over the prospect of meeting my idol.
(23) The ancient people of this area worshipped a huge bronze idol in the shape of an elephant.
(24) Fans waited for hours at the airport to catch a glimpse of their idol.
(25) Chakras connected by copper wire leading to the head of the idol.
(26) He found himself before the emperor a second time, after torching a pagan idol; his punishment was a severe flogging.
(27) Now Prince Richard was no longer an imaginary distant idol and Victoria felt offended by Suzie's sudden fawning fascination.
(28) He would be uncrowned king ... a hero ... an idol.
(29) You know that we chemists here have all been baffled by the apparently limitless energy which the idol emits slowly but steadily?
(30) It is a pathetic attempt to institutionalize dysfunction and to establish an idol.