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stellarAllah, calla, Caracalla, Haller, inshallah, pallor, Valhalla, valour (US valor), Whyalla •gabbler, tabla •ambler, gambler, rambler, scrambler •Adler, saddler •handler •angler, dangler, strangler, wrangler •tackler • trampler • antler • dazzler •Carla, challah, Douala, gala, Guatemala, Gujranwala, impala, kabbala, Kampala, koala, La Scala, Lingala, Mahler, Marsala, masala, nyala, parlour (US parlor), Sinhala, snarler, tala, tambala, Uppsala •garbler • chandler • sparkler •sampler •a cappella, Arabella, Bella, bestseller, Capella, cellar, Cinderella, citronella, Clarabella, corella, Daniela, Della, dispeller, dweller, Ella, expeller, favela, fella, fellah, feller, Fenella, Floella, foreteller, Heller, impeller, interstellar, Keller, Louella, Mandela, mortadella, mozzarella, Nigella, novella, paella, panatella, patella, predella, propeller, queller, quinella, repeller, rosella, rubella, salmonella, Santiago de Compostela, seller, smeller, speller, Stella, stellar, tarantella, teller, umbrella, Viyella •Puebla •assembler, dissembler, trembler •medlar, pedlar •ländler •fin de siècle, Hekla •Kepler •exempla, exemplar, Templar •tesla, wrestler •embezzler • Rockefeller •knee-trembler • saltcellar •bookseller • storyteller

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stel·lar / ˈstelər/ • adj. of or relating to a star or stars: stellar structure and evolution. ∎ inf. featuring or having the quality of a star performer or performers: a stellar cast had been assembled. ∎ inf. exceptionally good; outstanding: his restaurant has received stellar ratings in the guides. DERIVATIVES: stel·li·form / ˈsteləˌfôrm/ adj.

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stellar XVI. — late L. stellāris, f. L. stella STAR; see -AR.
So stellate (-ATE2) †studded with stars XVI; star-shaped XVII. — L. stellātus. stellify place (a person) ‘among the stars’, deify. XIV. — OF. — medL.

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Stellar Trade name for a fat replacer made from starch.