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Antonyms for starry

abounding with or resembling stars


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Since Bottle Rocket, which largely featured family and friends, Anderson's casts have grown ever larger in scope and starrier in name.
And they don't come any starrier than the much-loved bass-baritone Sir Willard White, who launches the autumn season's classical programme at Malvern Theatres with a programme entitled "From Mozart to the Musicals" (September 13).
Such success is the envy of most movies, particularly Sony's ''Sex Tape,'' a starrier, more expensive release made for about $40 million that opened with $15 million.
Begin Again dances to the same beat as Once, albeit with a starrier cast including Maroon 5 frontman Levine, who makes a solid acting debut.
It's quite a star-studded lineup, and it's going to get starrier and studlier as the summer months progress.
BOMBAY Talkies , Bollywood's tribute to Indian cinema's centenary, is getting starrier by the day.
But how much better it is to walk freely, arms down, under a darker, starrier sky.
Although the newfound planets are not habitable, their skies would be starrier than what we see from Earth.
BOOKENDED by some of England's starrier monarchs, the reign of James I has tended to gather dust in the eye of history.
In some senses this is a piece of retrievalist history, bringing to light the life-story of a woman who was eclipsed by starrier friends and relations.
There are starrier pedigrees by far at the turn of a page, but when she comes out of her box and walks up and down she looks like a proper racehorse.
A more practical approach, and one much more suited to answering the question "what are the relative reactivities of this series of amines" was developed by Marsella and Starrier. (19) Relative rate constants in this approach are estimated using pseudo-first-order (PFO) conditions, and the compounds are all measured in competition experiments vs a reference amine.
The musical line-up this year is starrier than ever, including Take That, Girls Aloud, McFly, Sugababes, Will Young, Jason Donovan, Michael Ball and the cast of Hairspray.
The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards UK is back for its second year and is set to be slimier, starrier and more sensational than ever.