star-studded

[stahr-stuhd-id]
adjective
1.
lighted by or full of stars; bright: a star-studded night.
2.
exhibiting or characterized by the presence of many preeminent performers: a star-studded Hollywood party.

Origin:
1950–55

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star-studded
 
adj
featuring a large proportion of well-known actors or other performers: a star-studded cast

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Example sentences
Star-studded commencement speeches seem to be the best way for colleges to draw viewers.
But two years after the theatre's star-studded official reopening, it is clear that his vision has been largely vindicated.
The free event features a star-studded line up of musicians, environmentalists and authors.
Much of its success is due to a star-studded creative team.
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