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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstar-studdedˈstar-ˌstudded adjective [only before noun]  FAMOUSincluding many famous performers a star-studded cast
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star-studdedThe night was beautiful and quiet, star-studded.The occasion will be a star-studded affair, a day when red joins with blue to take on the pride of Manchester.Its long track record and star-studded cast both lend it to statistical study and fire the hope of investors.a star-studded charity eventThe star-studded crowd at the Forum broke into applause right away, as if encouraging Hamilton to keep going.All this is far superior to the dressy emptiness of the last star-studded Haymarket revival.Admission prices have been pegged, despite Coventry's star-studded lineup.
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