Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Studded, decorated, or adorned with stars.
- Influenced by the stars: usually in composition: as, ill-starred.
- Cracked, with many rays proceeding from a central point: as, a starred pane of glass; a starred mirror.
- Marked or distinguished with a star or asterisk.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of star.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Adorned or studded with stars; bespangled.
- adj. obsolete Influenced in fortune by the stars.
- adj. marked with an asterisk
“But are the best versions of these foods only available at 3 Michelin starred restaurants (of which Paris has several)?”
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“This meant the Isles of Scilly, population 2153, has a Michelin starred restaurant which is more than can be said for Greater Manchester, population around 2,500,000.”
“Elliott Gould and James Brolin starred in the original.”
“The worst we ever did was trash a few Michelin starred restaurants after a glass or two of champagne, but we never got involved in guns.”
“Possibly Mel Brooks 'best film, Young Frankenstein starred Gene Wilder as the grandson of Dr Frankenstein who travels to Transylvania to meet up with a bloke with funny eyes to make a new Frankenstein's monster – this time one who grows up to be the abusive patriarch from Monster's Ball.”
“Allen again starred, averaging 26.5 points in 11 playoff games, including a playoff career-high 45 in Game 4 against the Kings.”
“It's funny; as an author I used to have a vested interest in starred reviews, and of course I'd have loved to receive one.”
“Howe, who starred from the 1940s to 1980 with the NHL and World Hockey Association, was asked how he'd bring around an increase in scoring.”
“Dwight again starred in the drive, catching an eight-yard pass on a 3rd-and-4 and a 31-yard pass.”
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