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starlight

the light emanating from the stars
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Mighty and sonorous was the music above our heads as the winds of the night stirred the great boughs tossing athwart the starlit sky.
She was still, however, well in view, and the murky uncertain twilight was setting into a clear starlit night.
Besides, how do you know that Hetty isn't floating at the present moment in some starlit mill-pond, with lovely water-lilies round her, like Ophelia?
He looked round him in surprise as he emerged into the clear, starlit night.
Up above me there was a circle of starlit sky, which showed me that I was lying at the bottom of a deep pit.
He let in the dog, and stood for a moment by the door, which opened into the garden, to revive himself with a draught of the black, starlit air.
He walked a long while on the Lowick road away from the town, glad of the starlit darkness when it came.
When they again came to the surface, Bertha Kircher saw that they were in a large lagoon and that the bright stars were shining high above them, while on either hand domed and minareted buildings were silhouetted sharply against the starlit sky.
The starlit earth looks a dreamland of gentle peace.
The bright glory of day, and the silent wonders of a starlit night, appeal to their minds in vain.
He was looking into her deep, deep eyes, far off and mysterious at the starlit blackness, and yet very near, and timidly loving.
The lights now dimmed The last echo of applause fades Lifting into the infinity of laughter Whilst the rustle of leaves crackle the starlit sky Footsteps disappear into the night.