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adj. star·ri·er, star·ri·est
1. Marked or set with stars or starlike objects.
2. Shining or glittering like stars.
3. Shaped like a star.
4. Illuminated by stars; starlit.
5. Of, relating to, or coming from the stars; stellar.

star′ri·ness n.
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adj, -rier or -riest
1. filled, covered with, or illuminated by stars
2. (Astronomy) of, like, or relating to a star or stars
ˈstarrily adv
ˈstarriness n
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(ˈstɑr i)

adj. -ri•er, -ri•est.
1. abounding with stars: a starry night.
2. of, pertaining to, or proceeding from the stars.
3. of the nature of or consisting of stars: starry worlds.
4. star-shaped; stellate.
5. shining like stars.
star′ri•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.starry - abounding with or resembling stars; "a starry night"; "starry illumination"
starless - not starry; having no stars or starlike objects; "dark starless nights"
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مُرَصَّع بالنُّجوم
stjörnubjartur; bjartur, blikandi


[ˈstɑːrɪ] ADJ (starrier (compar) (starriest (superl))) → sembrado de estrellas
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[ˈstɑːri] adj [sky] → étoilé(e)starry-eyed [ˌstɑːriˈaɪd] adj
(= idealistic) → idéaliste
(= innocent) → innocent(e)
(from wonder)éberlué(e)
(from love)éperdument amoureux/euseStars and Stripes npl
the Stars and Stripes → la bannière étoiléestar sign nsigne m du zodiaque
What star sign are you?
BUT De quel signe êtes-vous?.Star-Spangled Banner n
the Star-Spangled Banner → la bannière étoilée
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adj (+er) nightstern(en)klar; eyesstrahlend, leuchtend; starry skySternenhimmel m
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[ˈstɑːrɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → stellato/a
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(staː) noun
1. the fixed bodies in the sky, which are really distant suns. The Sun is a star, and the Earth is one of its planets.
2. any of the bodies in the sky appearing as points of light. The sky was full of stars.
3. an object, shape or figure with a number of pointed rays, usually five or six, often used as a means of marking quality etc. The teacher stuck a gold star on the child's neat exercise book; a four-star hotel.
4. a leading actor or actress or other well-known performer eg in sport etc. a film/television star; a football star; (also adjective) She has had many star rôles in films.
verbpast tense, past participle starred
1. to play a leading role in a play, film etc. She has starred in two recent films.
2. (of a film etc) to have (a certain actor etc) as its leading performer. The film starred Elvis Presley.
ˈstardom noun
the state of being a famous performer. to achieve stardom.
ˈstarry adjective
full of or shining like stars. a starry night; starry eyes.
ˈstarfish noun
a type of small sea creature with five points as arms.


a juicy, yellow, oblong, tropical fruit, which, when cut across, is start-shaped.
ˈstarlight noun
the light from the stars.
ˈstarlit adjective
bright with stars. a starlit night.
star turn
the most successful or spectacular performance or item (in a show etc). The acrobats were the star turn of the evening.
see stars
to see flashes of light as a result of a hard blow on the head.
thank one's lucky stars
to be grateful for one's good luck.
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References in classic literature ?
Anne had a brighter face, and bigger, starrier eyes, and more delicate features than the other; even shy, unobservant Matthew had learned to take note of these things; but the difference that disturbed him did not consist in any of these respects.
WE MAKE no apology for featuring yet more pictures from Wimbledon, after all this year's tournament has been starrier than the Milky Way with A-listers jostling for position courtside.
Among the starrier films debuting at the festival on the French Riviera will be Quentin Tarantino's 1969 Los Angeles tale "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" and the Elton John biopic "Rocketman."
Only a clutch of starrier names, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe among them, had more in Ligue 1, and Sala had also grabbed Nantes's first hat-trick in more than a decade.
But there's also valuable feedback with suggestions for improvement from a panel of judges, which is starrier for 2018.
These hard-working company members are its bedrock, filling out the roster around starrier 'guests'.
Murder on the Orient Express (1974) (ITV3, 10.10am) With the Kenneth Branagh version of Agatha Christie's famous whodunit currently in cinemas, now is a good time to revisit the superior and even starrier 1974 version.
New editions by Chakaia Booker, Carmon Colangelo, Will Cotton, Inka Essenhigh, Mark Fox, Luis Gispert, Josephine Halvorson, Eddie Martinez, Jason Middlebrook, Toyin Ojih Odutola, Kelly Reemtsen, Damian Starrier, Chuck Webster, Matthew Weinstein, Craig Zammiello, and others
3 OCEAN'S 11 (2001) STARRIER than a celebrity wedding at Jodrell Bank, this remake of The Ratpack's classic 1960 heist movie saw Damon team up with the likes of George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts to raid three Las Vegas casinos.
"I love darkness," says the Gordon Willis fan, who deliberately underexposed much of the Alexa-shot "Evolution," adding grain in post to approximate the look he and Hadzihalilovic had achieved on her equally creepy 16mm short, "Nectar." Dacosse's upcoming projects include Helene Hegemann's "Axolotl Blockbuster," set in dark Berlin clubs, and Nicolas Boukhrief's starrier "The Confession."
While celebrity-filled front rows are par for the course, traditionally none is starrier than Burberry's.