Comparative form of starry: more starry(adjective)
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Use "starrier" in a sentence
"Last night at the Brixton Academy, she picked up a gong for best solo artist, seeing off challenges from starrier names, such as Kanye West."
"A general rule is the starrier the cast the more expensive the seats."
"The contestants are generally a more eclectic and appealing group, the judges are upbeat and engaged and have some real chemistry — although it's weird when Randy Jackson becomes the voice of cold truth when his starrier panelists let a flop performance slide."