1. lighted by or full of stars; bright: a star-studded night.
  2. exhibiting or characterized by the presence of many preeminent performers: a star-studded Hollywood party.

Origin of star-studded

First recorded in 1950–55 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for star-studded

Contemporary Examples of star-studded

Historical Examples of star-studded

  • For they were no longer under a star-studded moon-illumined sky.

    Rebecca's Promise

    Frances R. Sterrett

  • He wondered just where in that star-studded sky above him Freddy might be.

  • Ellis raised his head to look at the horse and settled back to watch the star-studded sky.

    The Lost Wagon

    James Arthur Kjelgaard

  • Thereupon he thawed a little, kicked the dogs, and pointed to where the mountain dipped against the star-studded sky.

    The Crossing

    Winston Churchill

  • We lay in a swampy little inlet, and the forest wall made a dark blur against the star-studded sky.

    The Crossing

    Winston Churchill

British Dictionary definitions for star-studded


  1. featuring a large proportion of well-known actors or other performersa star-studded cast
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