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  • adjective superlative form of starry: most starry.

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Examples

  • Among the starriest is the charismatic Law, playing the starriest of parts, Prince Hamlet, in that play by the prince of playwrights, Bill Shakespeare, in a production from London's admirable Donmar Warehouse.

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  • Geez I was just saying that "starriest" was my favorite.

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  • Geez I was just saying that "starriest" was my favorite.

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  • Those last two games in Germany have rocked like the starriest of Super Bowls, and it's not as if the sport's stateside popularity has any impact on play.

    So What If Soccer Isn't a Big Deal Here?

  • Amid such Glastonbury-level demand, it is not surprising that seats for a few of the starriest concerts have now all gone – though uniquely, of course, there will still be 1,400 tickets available each night on the night.

    In praise of … Havergal Brian | Editorial

  • The totality of the minute, simple world of the humans, microscopic and negligible as it was in the siderial universe, was as far beyond his guessing as is the siderial universe beyond the starriest guesses and most abysmal imaginings of man.

    CHAPTER XXIV

  • The sport's starriest showcase has become the destination wedding from hell.

    Absent All-Stars Can Learn From Willie

  • Getting her own way with even the starriest of actors doesn't seem to be a problem: apparently Scarlett Johansson has said she wouldn't dare talk back to Powell.

    Oscars 2011: Will the Brits win big in the technical categories?

  • He will compete in what is perhaps the starriest Tony category – actor-play.

    Tony Nominations 2010: Denzel, Jude, Catherine, Liev & More

  • Spoken dialogue -- Kryptonite for even the starriest of singers -- was treated with wince-inducing amateurishness except by Guetti, the lone singer here able to deliver non-sung text in a credible way, and baritone Charlie Hyland (the evening's appealing, handsomely sung Papageno), who made a brave stab at the comedy.

    In performance: Magic Flute (Summer Music Festival 2010)

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