four-star[ fawr-stahr, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF four-star
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOUR-STAR
The Four-star Surgeon stripped off his gown and gloves with a flourish.
In the conference room, a red-faced, four-star general cast a chilling glance at the rumpled figure of Colonel Thurgood.
He looked at the long semicircular table, and studied the impassive faces of the four-star Physicians across the table from him.
One was a Four-star Surgeon, resplendent in flowing red cape and glistening silver insignia.
Moments after the Four-star Surgeon arrived at the hospital, he was fully and unmistakably in command of the situation.
James was to become the first four-star black officer in the armed forces.
It'll get all through the Corps, and they'll be calling me that when I'm a four-star general, if I live that long.