Definition of starrily in English:

starrily

adverb

See starry

  • ‘It blooms about March 20th here, slight and silver-gray in the bud, but opening out starrily in warm sunshine to reveal the warmer colour of the inner sepals and the hot orange stigmata.’
  • ‘It is witty, surface-clever, starrily cast, and wholly British.’
  • ‘Though not as starrily cast, and by no means perfect, this Barber is packed with razor sharp humour, and the musical standards are very high.’
  • ‘A starrily cast opera-in-concert has traditionally been the highlight and hottest ticket of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra season.’
  • ‘The stone is in the centre of this section of the exhibition and, appropriately, the broken edges of the black stela glitter starrily.’