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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstarlitstar‧lit /ˈstɑːˌlɪt $ ˈstɑːr-/ adjective literary  BRIGHTmade brighter by light from the stars a starlit night
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starlitAnd then one night, one bright and starlit night, a true free dragon came by to pay a call.It was a lovely starlit night and except for anxiety for the sufferer a pleasant journey.In theory it should be an idyllic experience sleeping out on a still starlit night at the height of the summer.Beyond the tall railings was the churchyard, the tombstones a ghostly grey in the starlit night.Others look like bizarre alien landscapes, with mutating spheres hovering in a starlit sky.
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