starriness


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star·ry

 (stär′ē)
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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Translations

starriness

n (of night, sky)Stern(en)klarheit f; (of eyes)Leuchten nt, → Strahlen nt
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