adjective, star·ri·er, star·ri·est.
Related formsstar·ri·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for starry
Astraea is the starry Lady of the Scales, a sort of karmic, astral Venus who weighs one's deeds.
A some-time interest has become a solid platform from which to stretch artistic muscles and reach for starry achievement.
I think that whole experience with The Starry Messenger was ultimately a kind of lonely one for him, and yet it strengthened him.
Either the clear voice was too rich with gladness, or else she should not have turned the starry eyes so suddenly upon him.Terry|Charles Goff Thomson
It was a delicious autumn evening, the air was soft and the sky clear and starry.French and Oriental Love in a Harem|Mario Uchard
It is a freshly erected wooden pile, circular, with a pointed roof, and the starry flag of America on the summit of it.Lillian Morris, and Other Stories|Henryk Sienkiewicz
As each vague Being appeared and bowed its starry head she raised her sceptre in answering salutation.Ayesha|H. Rider Haggard
The rogue's starry mantle descended on his adopted son, a tailor, whom he named Merlin, junior.Old and New London|Walter Thornbury