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Alternative clues for the word stars
Great balls of fire
Castor and Pollux
Things wished upon
Isn't doing support work
Hollywood Walk of Fame sights
1999 Stanley Cup winner
Roster at the Oscars
There are five on China's flag
Ones getting the red-carpet treatment, say
Hollywood Boulevard sights
Some are super
"Let us explore the ___": J.F.K.
Alpha, beta, gamma, etc.
Achemar and Alcor
Gets top billing
Does exceptionally well
Has the lead
Rigel and Mira
Merak and Mizar
Toppers on seasonal trees
Partner of stripes
Mizar and Regulus
Fallers on Alabama in a Mitchell Parish song
Plays the lead
Heads a bill
These are seen after a clout
Antares et al.
Newman and Redford, e.g.
Vega and Antares
___ and Bars
"___ of stage and screen"
Receives top billing
Sabik and Wasat
Nunki and Nekkar
Word definitions for stars in dictionaries
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (plural of star English) 2 (context with “the” English) outer space. vb. (en-third-person singular of: star )
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Stars is a wood engraving print created by the Dutch artist M. C. Escher in 1948, depicting two chameleons in a polyhedral cage floating through space. Although the compound of three octahedra used for the central cage in Stars had been studied before in...
Usage examples of stars.
Anyhow, before we were halfway to the center of the anomaly, the stars went out.
It shone with the strange dim green of ionized nebular gases, and the dark spreading wings of it blotted out the stars of Ophiuchus, and slowly grew to hide the Serpent and even the Scorpion.
She toyed with the feathery petals of the flower and gazed up at the glittery stars peeking through the bushy treetops.
Neptune was falling away into a blackness pierced with stars and webbed with pale nebulae.
The two stars beat like hearts of light, in the little moons of colored mist around them.
It rose in the west, fled across the sky against the tide of the stars and plunged down where the old Moon had risen.
Unshaded atomic lights burned here and there, like stars in a metal universe.
In every observatory on every racing ship, men searched the dark void amid the stars of the Dragon ahead.
A glowing, bronze-eyed, athletic girl, she looked too young and fresh and lovely to be so far from the stars men had mastered.
Looking past her toward galactic north, I could see where a few stars were slightly blurred and reddened.
Observing stars at certain angles through the anomaly, we find their images blurred and spectral lines shifted toward the red.
A neat round blot against the silver mist of stars, it was now fully two degrees across.
The only light was the cold blaze of the stars beyond the transite dome.
The natural universe, the mist and frost and dust of stars, was suddenly as dreadful as that unnatural midnight funnel in the anomaly.
The stars themselves seemed to spin crazily around and around and around me, until I had to fight a giddy nausea.