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[stahr-lit] /ˈstɑr lɪt/
lighted by the stars:
a starlit night.
Also, starlighted.
Origin of starlit
1820-30; star + lit1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Astronomers have rarely seen dust this far beyond the starlit edge of a galaxy, and they do not know if it is common.
  • The throng drawn by the moving star in the heavens gathered and moved to the crèche scene in the blue light of a starlit night.
  • Early in the starlit evening, the smoke from the sacred fire began searing her eyes.
  • And fear than the fall of a leaf on a starlit stream.
  • Cow-horn trumpets and skin drums reverberate far into the next starlit night.
  • It is school vacation, long, heat-filled days and relaxed starlit nights.

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