- spangled with stars.
- Informal. made up of or attended by celebrities, distinguished or illustrious persons, etc.: a star-spangled reception.
Origin of star-spangled
First recorded in 1585–95
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Examples from the Web for star-spangled
After watching the American victory at the Battle of Fort McHenry, Francis Scott Key wrote the “Star-Spangled Banner.”The Presidential Hopeful Obsessed With the War of 1812
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Sam Wilson fits that bill, so he gets to wear the star-spangled suit.DC Comics’ Diversity Crisis: Why the Status Quo Rules
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In Washington D.C., for example, we make people have sex to The Star-Spangled Banner.‘Love & Air Sex’: A Rowdy Film that Demystifies the Kinky Air Sex Championships
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In 1930 the educational experts at Teachers College of Columbia University condemned “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
The story of how “The Star-Spangled Banner” became the national anthem in 1931 is the story of a red-white-and-blue culture war.
“I will make him a star-spangled pig,” Paul shouted to Mr. Chrome.
"I will make him a star-spangled pig," Paul shouted to Mr. Chrome.Winning His Way
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That will go down in history as the star-spangled act of the century.The Galaxy Primes
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He looked up at the star-spangled sky, and coughed and coughed.Jewish Children
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She would take the plate with the good, honest, star-spangled food on it, eh?Peck's Sunshine
George W. Peck
- marked or decorated with stars
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