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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STARRY-EYED

Dantor grinned in appreciation and Ulana looked up at him starry-eyed.

I'm not one of these starry-eyed reformers who expect to change things overnight.

Meg looked at it, starry-eyed as she might had she seen a ghost.

"You're talking like a starry-eyed fool, Han," Virginia Merrick said sharply.

Tad came alongside the wagon and looked into it, grinning and starry-eyed.

There was Luba—nobody's fool, no starry-eyed dreamer of occult dreams.

A starry-eyed girl stood and bowed her acknowledgment and agreed to speak again.

Sleeping, once more he dreamed Cometh the Dreamof that woman of radiance, starry-eyed.

The fond fatuity with which he had welcomed that starry-eyed little creature had been rudely overthrown.

The woods will be spangled with starry-eyed primrose and anemones, while long bramble creepers trail over the sprouting hedges.

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