of the shape of or like a star.
Mathematics. starlike (def. 3).
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How to use star-shaped in a sentence
As he reaches to pick one up, his star-shaped Malcolm X medallion clatters against his necklace of wooden beads.The Stacks: The Neville Brothers Stake Their Claim as Bards of the Bayou | John Ed Bradley | April 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Gaily uniformed crews in their college flotilla formed a star-shaped group near the shore for their annual concert.The Harris-Ingram Experiment | Charles E. Bolton
The panicles of star-shaped flowers entirely cover the vine and have a pleasant fragrance.The Practical Garden-Book | C. E. Hunn
Distinguishing marks, a small star-shaped scar on left cheek, slightly drags left foot in walking.The Shrieking Pit | Arthur J. Rees
On the other hand, the cnidaria develop into higher radial (star-shaped) persons, and the platodes into lower bilateral persons.The Wonders of Life | Ernst Haeckel
In her lap lay some star-shaped pieces of plain white cotton calico.Boys and Girls of Colonial Days | Carolyn Sherwin Bailey