- consisting of athletes chosen as the best at their positions from all teams in a league or region: Our quarterback was chosen for the all-star team.
- consisting entirely of star performers: an all-star cast.
- Sports. a player selected for an all-star team.
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Contemporary Examples of all-star
To his peers, he's an all-star eccentric who is pitied or clucked over protectively as often as he is envied.Will the Real Jim Palmer Please Stand Up
September 27, 2014
At some point in the intervening decades, all of those cards have vanished, save one: my 1978 Reggie Jackson All-Star card.The Best Quantified Self Site You Haven’t Heard Of
Jamie Todd Rubin
August 5, 2014
In 2007, Tim Hardaway lost his gig promoting the NBA and its All-Star game after telling a radio interviewer that he hates gays.Mark Cuban Warns That Basketball Players Could Get the Sterling Treatment Next
June 3, 2014
Sapan has shot an all-star list of portraits, a six-week process that starts around $2,500: Warhol was an early subject.New York’s Hologram King Is Also the City’s Last Pro Holographer
May 27, 2014
“This is a prestigious panel, an all-star group,” Rep. Michael Burgess (R-TX) gushed of the five people sitting before him.The Heroin Hearing That Wasn’t
April 30, 2014
Historical Examples of all-star
It's like one of those plays advertised as having an all-star cast.Half Portions
This is the reason why "all-star" performances are almost always bad.The Theory of the Theatre
Paul Day wins the prize and his play has a try-out with an all-star amateur cast, and Peggy Emmons is chosen to play the lead.Polly's First Year at Boarding School
If ever a magazine merited the designation “all-star number,” your August issue filled the bill.
It is not my purpose to select an all-star football team from the long list of heroes past and present.Football Days
William H. Edwards
- (prenominal) consisting of star performers