The story of the starry-eyed music fan is a familiar one, but here Phillips delivers a surprising new twist on an old plot.
Mike Huckabee says she “glamorizes” out-of-wedlock pregnancy and critics are bristling over her starry-eyed view of motherhood.
“If we can do it, anyone can,” Herjavec said, as starry-eyed as the young entrepreneurs who seek his council, and his coin.
He depicts Jobs as both a wildly ambitious businessman and a starry-eyed idealist.
Who knew that professional cynic Bill Maher was such a starry-eyed idealist?
There was Luba—nobody's fool, no starry-eyed dreamer of occult dreams.
I'm not one of these starry-eyed reformers who expect to change things overnight.
Meg looked at it, starry-eyed as she might had she seen a ghost.
Tad came alongside the wagon and looked into it, grinning and starry-eyed.
"You're talking like a starry-eyed fool, Han," Virginia Merrick said sharply.