Definition of starriness in English:



See starry

‘Her starriness has a challenging, irritating twinkle peculiar to her.’
  • ‘Perhaps it's also that she's not yet used to the starriness of it all.’
  • ‘George Clooney, along with his well-groomed gang of merry thieves, are all too happy to coast on their combined starriness and lounge like catalogue models in exotic European locations.’
  • ‘His starriness and vanity, while less on display than usual this time - even his hair has been looking pretty normal - are easily lampooned.’
  • ‘It's that irrepressible mix of ordinariness and starriness.’