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Answers Contain "Star"

Can you guess these answers that all contain the word "star"?
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First submittedAugust 2, 2011
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Clue
Answer
Global coffee chain
Starbucks
Movie series with Wookiees
Star Wars
TV show with Klingons
Star Trek
Drummer for the Beatles
Ringo Starr
The world's best restaurants
have three of these
Michelin Stars
Romeo and Juliet
were this kind of lovers
Star-Crossed
Texas is the known as the
____ ____ state
Lone Star
It's on the flag of Israel
Star of David
The right side of a ship
Starboard
Meteor
Shooting Star
Clue
Answer
What video killed
The Radio Star
Extremely dense collapsed star
made of subatomic particles
Neutron Star
Another name for Polaris
The North Star
Another name for Sirius
The Dog Star
Marine creature often with five arms
Starfish
Ninja weapon also known as
a shuriken
Throwing Star
Star-shaped spice with a licorice taste
Star Anise
Two stars that revolve around each other
Binary Star
Words that come after Twinkle Twinkle
Little Star
Blue gem that reflects light in
the shape of a star
Star Sapphire
42 Comments
+1
Level 18
Jan 4, 2015
It's called the shield of David, not the Star of David.
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Level 83
Dec 24, 2017
It's definitely called also Star of David:

"The Star of David (✡), known in Hebrew as the Shield of David or Magen David" and also "Unlike the menorah, the Lion of Judah, the shofar and the lulav, the Star of David was never a uniquely Jewish symbol"

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Level 21
Jan 7, 2018
89%
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Level 27
May 8, 2022
i'm a jew and it's definitely called the star of david
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Level 69
Apr 16, 2015
Wow, the one people knew least was the neutron star?
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Level 75
Apr 11, 2018
I never heard of it, but the two revolving stars are now the least known which surprised me.
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Level 21
Apr 11, 2018
Really? Well don't you remember 6th grade science class, or have you watched "How the Universe Works" on the Science Channel?
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Level 40
Apr 10, 2021
I'm a nerd when it comes to anything involving space so don't tell me that XD

@ander217 Neutron stars are extremely dense, collapsed cores of supergiant stars that weight between 10 - 25 solar masses (1 solar mass = the sun's weight)

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Level 74
Apr 23, 2016
Any chance you can also accept seastar for starfish? They're the same thing and both have star in them.
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Level 66
Oct 9, 2017
I agree, sea star should be an acceptable answer.
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Level ∞
Dec 23, 2017
Okay
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Level 85
Dec 30, 2017
It's star cross'd. Accept "crossed" as an answer as well, but the official answer should be "cross'd".
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Level 28
Apr 11, 2018
Cross'd is just an abbreviated form of crossed.
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Level 62
Apr 16, 2018
Yes, but Sumgut is right; Shakespeare wrote "cross'd" so it should be accepted.
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Level 23
Jan 7, 2018
The first one I answered was "what video killed" I now have (awesome) song stuck in my head.
+4
Level 6
Feb 25, 2018
When you put Patrick before starfish
+3
Level 64
Apr 11, 2018
"Words that come after Twinkle Twinkle"

I read Tinky Winky and I typed Dipsy

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Level 52
Jul 14, 2021
lala?
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Level 59
Feb 21, 2022
poe
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Level 71
Apr 11, 2018
Could you also add "star-struck" as a possible answer for the Romeo and Juliet question?
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Level 52
Apr 11, 2018
I don't think this should be changed. They are specifically described by Shakespeare as star-crossed lovers. The term star-struck is not used in the book, and also has a different meaning. Star-crossed meaning ill-fated or have bad luck, whereas star struck is to be taken aback/overawed by the presence of celebrity or person of note/power.
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Level 86
Jan 2, 2022
It's not like Romeo and Juliet met their favorite celebrity. The play states "A pair of star cross'd lovers take their life". There's really not a lot of wiggle room on this one.
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Level 89
Apr 11, 2018
I kept typing "how I wonder where you are" before I figured out I'd skipped the "little star" part.
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Level 28
Apr 11, 2018
How in the hell did 71 people get "Michelin stars?" I had no idea what they were until I saw the answers to this quiz.
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Level 21
Apr 11, 2018
I had no idea they existed...
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Level 68
Apr 12, 2018
I've never heard of them either. Guess I don't hang out in the world's best restaurants enough...
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Level 68
Apr 13, 2018
You just need to watch MasterChef Australia. Great TV programme.
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Level 52
Jul 14, 2021
definitely less boring than the uk version
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Level 68
Oct 9, 2023
Eets thi star of tha deesh!
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Level 21
Apr 11, 2018
Sorry, I'm part of the 8% that didn't know that Ringo Starr is the name of the drummer for the Beatles. Never listened to any Beatles songs. Oops...
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Level 68
Apr 13, 2018
You must be like 7 years old.
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Level 21
Apr 16, 2018
NOPE! I'm a teenager! I'm not like normal culture at all!
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Level 21
Apr 16, 2018
2:55 remaining!!!
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Level 82
Apr 30, 2018
Isn't everything made of subatomic particles?
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Level 75
Jul 3, 2019
Everything but Chuck Norris
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Level 82
Feb 19, 2020
To the exclusion of atomic particles? No.
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Level 75
Jul 16, 2019
I had thought that these days there were restaurants with more than 3 Michelin Stars. Guess I was wrong
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Level 71
Oct 9, 2023
Sometimes someone will talk about chefs who own or run more than one restaurant as having a certain number Michelin stars, adding up those that their various restaurants were awarded. Gordon Ramsay, for example, by this measure, would have several.
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Level 73
Jul 2, 2021
Been singing for years that video killed the radio store, this has made me reconsider the lyrics...
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Level 77
Oct 9, 2023
You should allow "Dave" for "David".
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Level 54
Oct 9, 2023
If you're asking for nicknames for shuriken, then 'ninja star' should be accepted.
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Level 54
Oct 9, 2023
We can´t rewind, we've gone too far.