Definition of Starlights

1. Noun. (plural of starlight) ¹



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Definition of Starlights

1. starlight [n] - See also: starlight

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Starlights

starkens
starker
starkers
starkest
starkeyite
starking
starkish
starkly
starkness
starknesses
starks
starless
starlet
starlets
starlight
starlights (current term)
starlike
starling
starlinglike
starlings
starlit
starly
starman
starmatter
starmonger
starmongers
starn
starned
starnie
starnies

Literary usage of Starlights

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1. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1872)
"The upper half of the shell has seven signal starlights within it, placed upright upon the tops of those below. Their ingredients are nitre, sulphur, ..."

2. Technical School and College Building: Being a Treatise on the Design and by Edward Cookworthy Robins (1887)
"This room is fitted with desks for sixty-four students, and is lit with two starlights of fifteen lights each. Physical laboratory, first floor. ..."

3. The Red Horizon by Patrick MacGill (1916)
"In the darkness he was a nebulous dark bulk that sprang into bold relief when the starlights flared in front. When the flare died out we stumbled forward ..."

4. The Lady of Dardale and Other Poems by Horace Eaton Walker (1886)
"Thou the wife, his cherished bride, Fet-1 not death has taken all, Tender children crowd thy side, starlights in the darkened pall. ..."

5. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1896)
"Lo, as she speaks, a thousand starlights gleam, - Lighted for Heaven's Christmas day they seem. Sighing, he swears the oath,— the die is cast; ..."

6. Campaigns of a Non-combatant, and His Romaunt Abroad During the War by George Alfred Townsend (1866)
"A jaunt after supper often took me far into the country, and the starlights were softer than one's peaceful thoughts. To be a civilian was a distinguished ..."

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