OTHER WORDS FROM starrystar·ri·ness, noun
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Light waves enter your retinas to be experienced as blooming gardens and starry skies.
While simply gazing up at a starry sky is rewarding in its own right, being able to recognize actual constellations adds a surprisingly satisfying element to the experience.The Laid-Back Adventurer’s Guide to Outdoor Skills|awise|August 2, 2021|Outside Online
Overnight lows fall to the upper 50s to low 60s under starry skies.
Overnight lows fall to the mid- to upper 60s under starry skies.D.C.-area forecast: Late-day storms likely; weekend dries out and heats up|David Streit|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
I learn this late one starry night in August of 2019, in Kuankus, the tiny Shuar settlement, which is located about one mile uphill from Tayos.
It will swiftly become clear that there is no room in this starry-eyed arrangement for a compact with Washington.John Kerry Just Visited. But Should We Just Forget About India?|Tunku Varadarajan|August 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The story of the starry-eyed music fan is a familiar one, but here Phillips delivers a surprising new twist on an old plot.
“If we can do it, anyone can,” Herjavec said, as starry-eyed as the young entrepreneurs who seek his council, and his coin.‘Shark Tank’: Robert Herjavec talks Money, Mark Cuban & Racing Cars|Anna Klassen|October 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Liberals—the same liberals whom Heilemann imagines being “still starry-eyed about Obama”—were especially aghast.An Open Letter to Journalists: President Obama Is A Politician|Andrew Romano|May 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Who knew that professional cynic Bill Maher was such a starry-eyed idealist?Bill Maher Says $1 Million to Obama Super PAC Is ‘Practical’|Lloyd Grove|February 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The long dry fingers of the palm trees rattled overhead, and looking up, he saw the divine light of the starry heavens.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
We shall therefore now turn to a description of the portion of the starry world which is found in the limits of our solar system.Outlines of the Earth's History|Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
Fanny, Lloyd and I saddled and rode off with a lantern; it was a fine starry night, though pretty cold.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
In all the ages, with all peoples, among all beliefs, mankind has always asked the secret of its destiny of the starry heavens.
They were floating thus in their starry dream when a quick, shrill noise, like that of a new whistle, sounded in their ears.