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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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He's good, The Hoff, and adds some proper starriness.
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.
The white sky of Thett was gone, and only the black starriness of space remained.
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.
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.
I should ask, and "where?" seeking among that scattered starriness, and slowly I should acquire the wonder that possessed him.
She always seemed to him a little bit unearthly in the starriness of her beauty.
She had money and health and beauty, the triune of perfect starriness, which makes all men astronomers.
That show really adored the starriness of all kinds of performers, of Florence Henderson and Rita Moreno and Elton John and Alice Cooper.
Let's hope their starriness doesn't blind people to the chance to see two worthy productions of this show.