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Definitions of star:

part of speech: verb transitive

To set or adorn with stars; to mark with an asterisk.

part of speech: past tense, past participle


part of speech: noun

One of the bright bodies in the heavens, except the sun and moon: one of the heavenly bodies shining by their own light, and which keep the same relative position in the heavens: a representation of a star worn as a badge of rank or honor: a person of brilliant or attractive qualities: ( print.) an asterisk (*).

part of speech: verb intransitive

To be brilliant or prominent; to appear as chief actor in a play.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To shine, as a star: to attract attention:- pr. p. starring; pa. t. and pa. p. starred.

part of speech: noun

Any of the heavenly bodies that appear to be fixed points of light, or of others, called planets, that regularly change their position; anything like a star; a figure with five or more radiating points; a planet supposed to influence a person; s life; an asterisk [*]; a brilliant or prominent person, especially in the theatrical profession.

part of speech: noun

One of the many twinkling luminous bodies seen in the firmament on a clear night; any luminous body, particularly when it appears in the sky; an ornamental figure rayed like a star, as a badge of knighthood; a person or thing unusually attractive or brilliant; a mark of reference, also called an asterisk; in the plu., a configuration of the planets as supposed to affect destiny.

part of speech: verb transitive

To set with stars: to bespangle.

part of speech: verb

To adorn or stud with stars; to bespangle; in familiar language, to appear as an actor in a provincial theatre among inferior players.

part of speech: present participle


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