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adjective as in black

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Was Quincy Jones’ Birthday Gift to Will SmithWill Smith is the first hip-hop star to ever win a Grammy, so that distinction would immediately place him on someone like Quincy Jone’s radar.

Its stars were gangly and unmuscled, but they could pass as debonair in the right suit, a good coif and a close-up.

Also, characters from the hinterlands of Hyrule come in and out of your team, like Avengers all-stars.

Assembling a Big 3 of Kevin Durant, Harden and Kyrie Irving would be a dream for the Nets, who have been linked to interest in a third star such as Bradley Beal in past rumors.

If there’s one thing everyone knows about Real Housewives Of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey, it’s that her daughter Noelle is her world.

The black, starless sky creeps over the muddled sunset that stains the waves purple before melting away.

Johnson is religious through and through, but there are passages in the Rambler and Idler dark as starless, moonless midnight.

It flamed out into green darkness, vanished, and Bart fell through what seemed to be a bottomless chasm of starless night.

The night was dark and starless; the breeze, though slight and wavering over the sands, was penetrating and cold.

The ring of light from the lantern was soon lost to his eyes, swallowed up in the dense darkness of a starless, moonless night.

She peered out into the darkness but could see nothing, for the night was absolutely starless.


On this page you'll find 106 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to starless, such as: sunless, unlighted, unlit, pitch-dark, stygian, and clouded.

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