[stahr-krawst, -krost] /ˈstɑrˌkrɔst, -ˌkrɒst/
thwarted or opposed by the stars; ill-fated:
dogged by ill luck; destined to misfortune
- Star-crossed lovers
star-crossed lovers definition Lovers whose relationship is doomed to fail are said to be “star-crossed” (frustrated by the stars), because those who believe in astrology claim that the stars control human destiny. William Shakespeare used the phrase to describe the lovers in Romeo and Juliet. star-crossed lovers definition A phrase from the play Romeo and […]
noun 1. a gem cut having a hexagonal table surrounded by six facets in the form of equilateral triangles.
noun 1. the world or class of professional stars, as of the stage. 2. the status of a star or preeminent performer. noun 1. the fame and prestige of being a star in films, sport, etc 2. the world of celebrities
noun 1. a chisellike drill for masonry or plasterwork, having a pointed head faceted in alternately projecting and reentering angles.