of or being a major general, as indicated by two stars on an insignia. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for two-star

Contemporary Examples of two-star

  • Ariane was born and raised in a two-star Michelin kitchen in Gascony, a rustic corner in Southwest France.

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    The Queen of Foie Gras

    David Lincoln Ross

    December 29, 2010

  • A two-star restaurant is described by the Times as “Very Good.”

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    Four Stars!

    Isabel Wilkinson

    August 25, 2009

Historical Examples of two-star

  • The first two rows of seats at the right of the aisle were crammed with generals, two-star and three-star.


    Christopher Morley

  • In Bella's mental list of the neighbourhood swains Ben Westerveld already occupied a two-star position, top of column.

    Half Portions

    Edna Ferber

  • But a hospital ship, with its staff of Two-star and Three-star Physicians, was not to be called except in cases of extreme need.

    Star Surgeon

    Alan Nourse