Examples of starlight in a Sentence
We had to find our way by starlight.
Recent Examples of starlight from the Web
Here is a photo of Donald J. Trump, crowned with a single Van Gogh brushstroke depicting a halo of starlight: Here is what Google says: Analysis: Correct.
The cluster warped the starlight, bending it toward Earth while magnifying the star 2,000 times.
Measuring dips in starlight can determine the exoplanet's size and orbital path.
As a satellite-fringed world drifts in front of its home star, its satellites would block some starlight in front of and behind the transiting planet.
If this were to happen, the dimming of starlight caused by the planet would be preceded and then followed by a very slight dimming by its satellite necklace.
The dip meant that cosmic energy was being absorbed by primordial clouds of hydrogen gas that hung over the universe like a fog, but whose atoms had been thrown out of balance by the sudden presence of starlight.
Her great grandsons, Robert (Tre'), William, and Vincent Burbank, and the newest starlights Ellie Burbank, Harper McSweeney, and Aitor Alberdi Jr. will forever keep her in their hearts.
This might seem counterintuitive, but the reason seems to be that thinner atmospheres scatter less starlight.
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First Known Use of starlight
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Definition of starlight for English Language Learners
: the light produced by stars
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