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a push button on a telephone or other electronic device that is marked with an asterisk, often in the lower left-hand area.
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How to use star key in a sentence
Madalyn Starkey: The weirdest thing that happened was when I told him, "You smell good."Madalyn Starkey, ‘Dive Bar Girl,’ on Her Obama Photo That Went Viral|Brian Ries|April 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Madalyn Starkey posted a picture of herself with President Obama, and became an Internet sensation.Madalyn Starkey, ‘Dive Bar Girl,’ on Her Obama Photo That Went Viral|Brian Ries|April 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I won't—I will not—( suddenly remembering that he has nothing to fear from Miss Starkey; gaily ).The Title|Arnold Bennett
I was a scholar of that "eminent writer" that he speaks of; but Starkey had quitted the school about a year before I came to it.
Pat Starkey was doin' the sortin', Beriah bein' too upsot by Gertie's gettin' married to attend to anything.The Depot Master|Joseph C. Lincoln
And Starkey came,—Elmendorf's one weak victim among head-quarters force,—and Starkey was in a sorry plight.
I demand now to know whether it was not that poor devil whom you've ruined here,—Starkey.
British Dictionary definitions for star key
/ (ˈstɑːkɪ) /
David. born 1945, British historian and broadcaster, noted for his books and television series on the Tudor period
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