star[ stahr ]SEE DEFINITION OF star
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STAR
In the beginning, a star, when drawn with a nail into a brick looked as follows.
It is the star that is not reached and the harvest sleeping in the unplowed ground.
Two or three of the star blossoms from the tree had fallen all his head.
But was the "star and crescent" the symbol of the City of Constantine?
Aunt is so funny, not to have guessed who wrote the Star article.
I went out into the warm and rainy night, but there was no Cadge at the Star office.
It was the voice of the Morning Star walking between the hills, and the Turk was happy.
He kept his eyes upon the Star, where it burned white on the horizon.
This is the animal page of the Sunday Star and Cadge is in a hurry for it, to do the obbligato.
She unfolded a Star clipping and proudly spread it upon my knee.