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VIP

nounvery important person

ace

nounexpert in some activity

act

verbentertain by playing a role

acted

verbentertain by playing a role

actor

nounperson who performs, entertains by role-playing

actors

nounperson who performs, entertains by role-playing

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noun

1‘the sky was full of stars’

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celestial body, heavenly body, sun

asteroid, planet, planetoid

literary orb

2stars‘what do my stars say?’

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horoscope, forecast, augury

dated nativity

3‘the stars of the film’

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principal, leading lady, leading man, lead, female lead, male lead, hero, heroine

4‘a star of the world of chess’

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celebrity, superstar, name, big name, famous name, household name, somebody, someone, lion, leading light, celebutante, public figure, important person, VIP, personality, personage, notability, dignitary, worthy, grandee, luminary, panjandrum

informal celeb, bigwig, big shot, big noise, big cheese, big gun, big fish, biggie, heavy, megastar

British informal nob

North American informal kahuna, macher, high muckamuck, high muckety-muck


adjective

1‘Elinor was a star pupil’

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brilliant, talented, gifted, able, bright, brainy, clever, masterly, consummate, precocious

informal genius

2‘the star attraction’

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top, leading, best, greatest, foremost, major, pre-eminent, champion


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sun

The self-luminous, gaseous central star of the solar system: magnitude, −26.74; mean distance from the earth, c. 149.6 million km (c. 93 million mi); diameter, c. 1.4 million km (c. 864,000 mi); mass, c. 332,000 times that of the earth; volume, c. 1.3 million times that of the earth; mean density, c. 0.25 times that of the earth; central temperature, c. 15 to 28 million degrees K; surface temperature, c. 6,000°K; rotational period, c. 27 earth days

pulsar

Any of several celestial objects emitting periodic, short, intense bursts of radio, x-ray, or visible electromagnetic radiation, generally believed to be quickly rotating neutron stars.

seyfert galaxy

Any of a number of spiral galaxies with a small, intensely bright nucleus and a spectrum with strong, broad spectral lines

variable-star

A star whose brightness varies from time to time as the result of causes operating outside the earth's atmosphere

quasi-stellar object

topliner

starry

Illuminated by stars; starlit.

quasar

Any of a number of starlike celestial objects that emit immense amounts of light and, often, radio waves, characterized by having spectral lines with very large redshifts: quasars are thought to be the most distant and oldest observable objects in the universe

fixed-star

A star or other celestial object so distant from Earth that its position in relation to other stars appears not to change over time. The fixed stars, which include virtually all visible objects beyond the solar system, form the background against which the motions of the Sun, planets, and other bodies of the solar system are measured, and they provide the reference for determining sidereal time. In actuality, no celestial object has a fixed position in relation to any other, and the movement of so-called fixed stars can be measured by precise observation over long periods of time.

cynosure

(Figuratively) That which serves to guide or direct; a guiding star.

the flash

astral-body

(Parapsychology, theosophy) A ghost-like replica of one's physical body which supposedly inhabits or is somehow associated with the physical body, conceived as composed of some sort of ethereal material or as being non-physical and capable of sometimes separating from the physical body to travel to other places or to other realms of existence.

stellate

Shaped like a star, having points, or rays radiating from a center.

visionary

Existing only in the mind; not real; imaginary

pentagram

The shape of a five-pointed star constructed of five intersecting lines meeting at the vertices, such that a central pentagon and five surrounding isosceles triangles are formed; often with magical connotations.

performing-arts(related)

Arts, such as drama, dance, and music, that involve performance before an audience

actor

(Software engineering) The entity that performs a role (in use case analysis).

actress

(Now rare) A female doer or "actor" (in a general sense). [from 16th c.]

favorite

One that is trusted, indulged, or preferred above all others, especially by a superior:

stellar

(Astronomy, not comparable) Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of stars.

sidereal body

headliner

A performer who receives prominent billing; a star.

astral

Relating to or coming from the stars; stellar.

movie actor

movie actress

player

(Electronics) An electronic device or software application that plays audio and/or video media, such as CD player.

matinee idol

An actor whose looks and manner make him popular with women theatergoers

chief attraction

alpha

Alpha is defined as the beginning of something.

unimportant(antonym)

Not important; insignificant or petty.

lead

The definition of a lead is the person in charge or the person or thing in the first place.

starlet

A young film actress publicized as a future star.

luminary

A person who inspires others or achieves eminence in a field.

asterism

A pattern of stars that is not one of the traditionally established, named constellations. Asterisms may constitute a part of a larger constellation, as in the case of the seven stars in Ursa Major that make up the Big Dipper, or they may be formed of individual stars in several different constellations, as in the case of the Summer Triangle, made up of Deneb (in Cygnus), Altair (in Aquila), and Vega (in Lyra).

pentacle

(Neopaganism, Wicca) A pentagram enclosed within a circle, especially a physical one.

pentalpha

A pentagram, so called for its resemblance to five alphas superimposed at different rotations.

star topology

A physical network topology in which all nodes are connected to a central connectivity device (e.g. a hub).

lodestar

A star, especially Polaris, that is used as a point of reference.

asterisk

A starlike sign (*) used in printing to indicate footnote references, omissions, etc.

planet

The collection of life forms supported on Earth:

ace

(Golf) The act of hitting the ball so that it goes into the hole on the drive; hole in one

champion

The definition of a champion is a person who is the best in his field or who has defeated all rivals.

whiz

(Informal) A person considered exceptionally gifted or skilled:

actinoid

Having the form of rays; radiated, as in the species of the family Actiniidae.

unknown(antonym)

nobody(antonym)

Not any person; not anybody; no one

virtuoso

The definition of a virtuoso is a person who is highly skilled at something such as an artistic or creative pursuit.

minor(antonym)

Lesser in seriousness or danger:

leading

Of or performing a lead in a theatrical production:

adept

A highly skilled person; an expert:

sensation

A state or feeling of general excitement and interest

maven

The definition of a maven is an expert.

genius

According to ancient Roman belief, a guardian spirit assigned to a person at birth; tutelary deity

hotshot

A person regarded by others or personally as an expert in some activity or as very important, aggressive, or skillful

superstar

A very prominent performer, as in sports or the entertainment industry, often one considered to have exceptional skill and talent

wizard

A magician; conjurer; sorcerer

wiz

(Vulgar, slang, especially with the verb "take") An act of urination; a whiz.

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