- n. Plural form of starship.
“Tom's selection of Federation starships is just what I would have hoped it would be.”
“So, EVE gets two thumbs up for realizing such an amazingly complex gaming universe, and for making it beautiful, and two thumbs down for turning it into a dreadful capitalist bore that expects me to constantly interact with PvP-obsessed teenagers who name their starships after their penises and wouldn't know "suspension of disbelief" if it cut off their allowances.”
“A race that valued the concept of “enterprise” enough to name starships after it!”
“Trekkies just love our starships, which is why the Ships of the Line calendars are so popular.”
“In reality, it is impossible to go faster than the speed of light, there are no "starships" or "galactic federations," and Data isn't even a real person (or whatever it is he's supposed to be).”
“Now they give us * Heaven*, where the computers -- especially the ones embedded in ancient Precursor artifacts such as starships -- are more than smart enough, but people are being stupid in another way.”
“starships" creative collaborations that Mr. Shatner appears to be guiding.”
“Given what one lone starship was able to do to Nero's ship twenty-five years earlier, it would figure that a squadron of starships with a generation's worth of technological upgrades, warned and armed with shields up, could make pretty short work of Nero's ship before he could drill through the topsoil on Vulcan.”
“But transporting bombs directly onto the bridge of enemy starships, or into Eridani factories, is unethical.”
“Leviathan IV floated in space, amongst the debris of its brother and sister starships, somewhere in close proximity to Alpha Centauri.”
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