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  • n. The state or quality of being starry.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The quality or state of being starry.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state of being starry.

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Examples

  • He's good, The Hoff, and adds some proper starriness.

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  • Her eyes, very blue, showed a rayed starriness, the pupils contracted from the sudden light -- her expression, tired and half bewildered, had in it somewhat of the little lost look of a child, up in the unwonted middle of the night, who might go naturally and comfortably into any kind arms held out to her.

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  • The white sky of Thett was gone, and only the black starriness of space remained.

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  • I wanted to laugh and cry, mother's eyes flashed with their old-time starriness and Susan emitted a queer sound between a gasp and a whoop.

    Rilla of Ingleside

  • As he walked down the lamp-lit street, under all the starriness of a tranquil autumn night, he became alternately pale and flushed, his heart thumped hard against his ribs, he felt like a little boy going to his mother to confess a wrong.

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  • I should ask, and "where?" seeking among that scattered starriness, and slowly I should acquire the wonder that possessed him.

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  • She always seemed to him a little bit unearthly in the starriness of her beauty.

    The City of Fire

  • She had money and health and beauty, the triune of perfect starriness, which makes all men astronomers.

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  • That show really adored the starriness of all kinds of performers, of Florence Henderson and Rita Moreno and Elton John and Alice Cooper.

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  • Let's hope their starriness doesn't blind people to the chance to see two worthy productions of this show.

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