- lighted by the stars: a starlit night.
Sometimes star·light·ed [stahr-lahy-tid] /ˈstɑrˌlaɪ tɪd/.
Origin of starlit
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Examples from the Web for starlit
It's irresistible deliciousness, obviously, not fare like Starlit and The Brave and Dead or Alive.
Nicole Jacobsen, a nursing student, decides to pass on Starlit.
The night was clear, starlit and breezy after the hot September day.Victor's Triumph
Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
I remember the scent of the lilacs––I remember the dusk––the starlit sky.The Cruise of the Shining Light
The blackness of the wood gave place to the starlit darkness of the night.The Hound From The North
The night was starlit, but dark, and the air calm and motionless. 'Maurice Tiernay Soldier of Fortune
Charles James Lever
She was afraid now to be alone with him in the dim, starlit room, and she fumbled for the matches.Olive in Italy