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starlit

Syllabification: star·lit
Pronunciation: /ˈstärˌlit
 
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Definition of starlit in English:

adjective

Lit or made brighter by stars: a clear starlit night
More example sentences
  • The year was ushered in by starlit skies, a bright silvery moon and biting cold.
  • For example, if you want a romantic starlit night sky to be part of your wedding, rent a tent with a translucent ceiling.
  • She then gazed upwards into the starlit night sky that blanketed the heavens above.

Words that rhyme with starlit

scarlet, Scarlett, starlet, varlet

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