Perhaps thanks to the surf and turf and the stellar Bordeaux and Sauvignon Blanc, there were no lost tempers.
Giffords' husband, Mark E. Kelly, has his own stellar career.
Nearly three quarters of its stellar results, or $10 billion, came from trading.
They have been favored to win the European Championships after a string of stellar performances on the pitch.
The show had stellar ratings—but Stedman and the rest of America were not impressed.
Our own sun, we find, is on the descending scale of stellar evolution.
It came on bullet-fast, headed directly for the side of the stellar.
He did not dread the silence of the stars—the cold remoteness of the stellar fire.
The latter distance is chosen by some writers on stellar statistics.
James is prepared to give his adherence to a belief in a soul of the earth and in planetary souls and stellar souls.
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)