adjective (starrier, starriest)
- 1Full of or lit by stars: a starry skyMore example sentences
- In this poem, Longley acknowledges that in spite of his long experience as a professional poet, he finds it difficult to describe, to put into words, the starry night sky that he observes.
- Maybe because (for some reason I'm not sure of) it reminds me of being outside on a cool October night, under a starry sky.
- The North-east monsoon showers have heralded the coming of the season of chilly nights, starry skies and misty mornings in the city.
- 1.1Resembling a star in brightness or shape: tiny white starry flowersMore example sentences
- After an initial flash of light, of a painful but very starry brightness everywhere, the world went suddenly dark, and life seemed to be draining from my limbs, along with my consciousness.
- Guttering sweet oil lamps hooded with brass-stamped patterns make glowing starry shapes on the walls and ceiling.
- Indeed, aster, the Latin word for star, aptly describes the starry flower heads.
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- Her starriness has a challenging, irritating twinkle peculiar to her.
- Perhaps it's also that she's not yet used to the starriness of it all.
- George Clooney, along with his well-groomed gang of merry thieves, are all too happy to coast on their combined starriness and lounge like catalogue models in exotic European locations.
More definitions of starryDefinition of starry in:
- The British & World English dictionary