star-spangled

[stahr-spang-guhld]
adjective
1.
spangled with stars.
2.
Informal. made up of or attended by celebrities, distinguished or illustrious persons, etc.: a star-spangled reception.

Origin:
1585–95

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star-spangled
 
adj
marked or decorated with stars

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Example sentences
It shows clouds streaming across the sky, star-spangled heavens and the oscillations of the tide.
The star-spangled sweet is filled with jelly, topped with vanilla icing and topped with red, white and blue sprinkles.
There were the electricians, the sheet-metal workers, the carpenters and the pilots in their star-spangled ties.
My friend swears that the star-spangled restaurant employs lasers.
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