Stars and Stripes.
(italics) the national anthem of the United States of America, based on a poem written by Francis Scott Key on September 14, 1814, and set by him to the melody of the English song To Anacreon in Heaven: officially adopted by the U.S. Congress in 1931.
Stars and Stripes
the national flag of the U.S., consisting of 13 horizontal stripes that are alternately red and white, representing the original states, and of a blue field containing 50 white stars, representing the present states.
Stars and Stripes
(functioning as sing) the Stars and Stripes, the national flag of the United States of America, consisting of 50 white stars representing the present states on a blue field and seven red and six white horizontal stripes representing the original states Also known as the Star-Spangled Banner
Stars and Stripes definition
The national flag of the United States. Its fifty stars represent the fifty states; its thirteen stripes represent the thirteen colonies that became the original states.
- Star stream
noun 1. one of two main streams of stars that, because of the rotation of the Milky Way, appear to move in opposite directions, one towards Orion, the other towards Ara
adjective 1. captivated by famous people or by fame itself. adjective 1. completely overawed by someone’s celebrity status starker
adjective 1. captivated by famous people or by fame itself. starker
[stahr-stuhd-id] /ˈstɑrˌstʌd ɪd/ adjective 1. lighted by or full of stars; bright: a star-studded night. 2. exhibiting or characterized by the presence of many preeminent performers: a star-studded Hollywood party. star-studded adjective 1. featuring a large proportion of well-known actors or other performers: a star-studded cast