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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstarry-eyedˌstarry-ˈeyed adjective informal  HOPEhappy and hopeful about things in a way that is silly or unrealistic
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starry-eyedI remember Jean coming home really starry-eyed about you.It's something, as I said on the programme, that I can not be all starry-eyed and bushy-tailed about.It would be very easy to become starry-eyed and idealistic about the land ownership study.She was in no mood to display starry-eyed fascination, however much she might feel it.And that is exactly what all you starry-eyed guys do, that get married young.First shown on Yorkshire Television, it's now our turn to let the starry-eyed host show off his skills.starry-eyed young actresses
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