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Another word for star

  1. The main performer in a theatrical production

      1. The main character in a drama or other literary work.
      2. In ancient Greek drama, the first actor to engage in dialogue with the chorus, in later dramas playing the main character and some minor characters as well.
      3. A leading or principal figure.
      1. First or highest in rank or importance.
      2. Of, relating to, or being financial principal, or a principal in a financial transaction.
      3. One who holds a position of presiding rank, especially the head of an elementary school, middle school, or high school.
      1. To show the way to by going in advance:
      2. To guide or direct in a course:
      3. To serve as a route for; take:

Another word for star

  1. A luminous heavenly body

      1. One who, or that which, twinkles or winks.
      2. An eye.
      1. An electric device having a socket for a light bulb, especially a free-standing piece of furniture.
      2. A device that gives off ultraviolet, infrared, or other radiation, used for therapeutic purposes.
      3. A light bulb:
      1. A star whose brightness varies because of internal changes, periodic eclipsing by a mutually orbiting star, or periodic transiting of orbiting planets or other circumstellar material.
      1. A star or nebula that appears to remain in constant position relative to other celestial bodies, in contrast with celestial bodies such as the planets in our solar system, whose changes in position relative to the stars are readily observable by telescope or the unaided eye. All stars except the sun are considered fixed stars.
      1. A spiral galaxy having a small, compact nucleus many times brighter than the rest of the galaxy and exhibiting variable light intensity and radio emission. Seyfert galaxies are active galaxies thought to be powered by the accretion of material onto black holes in their galactic nuclei.
      1. A compact, extremely bright celestial object whose power output can be hundreds to several thousand times that of the entire Milky Way galaxy. Quasars are among the most distant objects in the universe and are generally considered to be a form of active galactic nucleus.
      1. 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.
      1. (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.
      1. The star around which Earth and other planets orbit. It provides heat and light to Earth. It has a mean distance from Earth of about 150 million kilometers (93 million miles), a diameter of approximately 1,391,000 kilometers (864,000 miles), and a mass about 333,000 times that of Earth.
      2. A star that is the center of a planetary system.
      3. The radiant energy, especially heat and visible light, emitted by the sun; sunshine.
  2. A conventional figure].

  3. A superior performer