from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A dreamlike, romantic, or uncritical sense of well-being.
- n. A cluster of stars too distant to be seen individually, resembling a dimly luminous cloud of dust. Not in scientific use.
- n. Minute particles of matter that fall to Earth from the stars. Not in scientific use.
- idiom have stardust in (one's) eyes To be uncritically or unrealistically optimistic.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Particles of matter that fall from the stars down to Earth; often used idiomatically to suggest a fanciful or dreamlike quality.
- n. A distant cluster of stars, resembling a cloud, the individual stars of which cannot be resolved.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a dreamy romantic or sentimental quality
Welner added that Khadr is also something of a "rock star" among inmates due to his al Qaeda family connections, and glistens with the "stardust" of having met Osama bin Laden.
If you'd like to collect a little "stardust" of your own, then this weekend is a great opportunity to actually view Comet 81P Wild 2!
Action/Adventure, Comic Book/Superhero, Comic Conventions, Comic-Con, Kick-Ass, Matthew-Vaughn reign from the guy who made "stardust" ...who cares? flashzh i was worried that this movie was going to be a disaster. guess not. you'll definitely see me at the midnight release for Kick-Ass.
I guess there must be a special kind of stardust glow that Obama sprinkles around on his acolytes.
Spelling, who micromanages down to the actresses 'hair and Nolan Miller wardrobe, was looking for "stardust" (read: gold dust) from almost a thousand models and actors who auditioned.
Iv been hearing rumers of the second cloverfield trailor being attached to "stardust".
Our body is to a large part constructed from "stardust": the elements besides hydrogen which build our cells have been formed in the interior of stars in nuclear reactions, which form a continuation of the processes taking place in our sun.
The Prime Minister was accused of attempting to sprinkle showbiz "stardust" over his Cabinet reshuffle last week - necessitated by a series of ministerial resignations - by appointing Sir Alan as an aide.
World Cup bid lacked 'stardust' by presenting a squad of past and present overseas players as international ambassadors on World Cup bid received the backing Thursday of the CEO of the company that owns the Los Angeles Galaxy, despite being of the one main competitors to host the tournament.
I wonder if the what I called "stardust" like particles at the beginning were connected to the "lightning bolts" visualization that was happening without my knowledge.
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