American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Illuminated by starlight.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lighted by stars: as, a starlit night.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Lighted by the stars; starlight.
- adj. lighted only by stars
- star + lit (Wiktionary)
“Over a series of starlit lakeside conversations, he explained this was not the case.”
“He spun around two or three times, taking in the starlit landscape, and the figures of the rest of the away team.”
“Crimson dawn cloaks the starlit night,devoured flesh canvassed fright.”
“A presence suddenly came to his mind and he looked up at the starlit sky to see a shooting star streak across the sky.”
“After dinner, Khalili and Ed were walking in the garden under a starlit sky.”
“Behind barbwire the pasture made a chain of starlit humps.”
“I was just in Spain for two weeks and under a starlit night, eating Paella and flirting with the most handsome younger man, who was flirting back, I realized that it's never too late to be sexy.”
“My mother then grabbed my hand and we danced under the sprinklers beneath a small town starlit sky.”
“A spectacle of potlatch proportion ensues, with baskets, dishes, small appliances and every other class of gift hoisted to the starlit sky and spun around as the band plays on.”
“In this supernaturally beautiful setting, the lake was as still as a mirror with the moon and starlit sky above.”
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I sit upon a mountain high, above familiar scenes,
Of dusty browns and ocher hues and living shades of green.
All the well-loved landmarks there surround me in the vibrant air,
words that are pretty.
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