English version

starlight

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstarlightstar‧light /ˈstɑːlaɪt $ ˈstɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]  LIGHTthe light that comes from the stars in the night sky
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starlightThrough cracks in the lush indigo covering they caught glimpses of golden starlight in the deep-blue sky.Carpets were thick underfoot and solid velvet curtains hung at the windows, parted just sufficiently to admit a little starlight.The mist coiled and broke round the movement, and its pallid drift reflected, briefly, the starlight.The room was totally dark, not even the starlight showing while my eyes adjusted.All round the house lay the silent pine trees, dim in the starlight.Everything seemed so strange and silvery in the starlight and every so often my head would nod and I'd stumble and start.
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