four-star

[fawr-stahr, fohr-]
adjective
1.
of or being a full general or admiral, as indicated by four stars on an insignia.
2.
rated or considered as being of the highest quality, especially as indicated by four printed stars assigned in some rating systems: a four-star restaurant.

Origin:
1920–25

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