Definition for starker (2 of 2)
adjective, stark·er, stark·est.
Origin of stark
OTHER WORDS FROM starkstark·ly, adverbstark·ness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for starker
It was a bold, more overt, starker sense of humor level than they have had in the past.Oscars Host Neil Patrick Harris on His Best and Worst Emcee Moments (VIDEO)|Neil Patrick Harris|October 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And we saw it this week in starker relief than we usually do.
The contrast with those entrusted with the campaign could not have been starker.Obama’s 2012 Campaign Prepped for Disaster. Obamacare Didn’t.|Lloyd Green|October 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"There couldn't be a starker contrast," Axelrod said, slamming what he called Romney's "backwards-looking" approach.
The difference in approach has become all the starker as the financial crisis bites in the U.S.
Johnson's operations and his premises were so diminutive that for Winny—after Starker's—the descent seemed awful.
He gave that up, and began to haunt the door in Starker's iron shutter at closing-time.
At Starker's there was always a chance of something happening.
After six weeks of it she began to long secretly for Starker's Millinery Saloons.
She had got another situation at Starker's, in the millinery department.