Nearly three quarters of its stellar results, or $10 billion, came from trading.
The Showtime drama still is wildly popular and has recently produced a stellar string of episodes.
Giffords' husband, Mark E. Kelly, has his own stellar career.
1650s, "pertaining to stars, star-like," from Latin stellaris "pertaining to a star, starry," from stella (see star (n.)). Meaning "outstanding, leading" (1883) is from the theatrical sense of star.
To take or inveigle someone to a place or person where gamblers or confidence men might victimize him: I been steerin' for Schwiefka all day (1889+ Underworld)Related Terms