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starring

[ stahr-ing ]
/ ˈstɑr ɪŋ /
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adjective
featured or celebrated as a star in a movie, on a sports team, etc.: He was already the starring quarterback on his high school football team, which was on its way to a state championship.
(of a character or role) leading, central, or primary: The earliest performance I can remember is when I played the starring role in a drama called The Littlest Angel at church.As the town’s largest employer, the university also plays a starring role in the local economy.
featuring a specified performer: They didn't give a beginner a starring movie when I started acting 18 years ago.
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