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What is the opposite of star?

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Noun
Opposite of a famous person, typically successful or much-publicized
“She married a famous celebrity in 1942 when she was a nobody in Hollywood, and within a year, she was single again.”
Noun
Opposite of a very famous or talented entertainer, especially an actor
“Peggy had caught Errol's roving eyes when she was an extra on his Western movie.”
Noun
Opposite of a person or thing regarded as precious or special
Noun
Opposite of the chief character in a book, play, or film, typically identified with sympathetic and good qualities
“Why does the villain always lose?”
Noun
Opposite of a person who is celebrated for their skill, actions or celebrity
“He became a villain following his missed shot to seal the game and the opportunity to play off in the finals.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities
“He was labeled a coward after pushing and shoving others out of the way to save himself during a fire drill.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who partakes in an activity that entertains
Noun
Opposite of a person who is very skilled in a particular field or activity
“Physicist Kazimieras Cernis is not an amateur in his field, but for sheer dedication and determination, he must be acknowledged.”
Noun
Opposite of a medal or award conferred as an honor
Noun
A woman or thing regarded as the finest or most outstanding in a particular sphere or group
“It was considered the queen of downtown theaters owned by the Kleists, which included the Strand, the Eagle, the Oakland, and the Rialto.”
Noun
Opposite of an extremely famous or notorious person, especially in a particular field
“In the end, Phelps walked off with six golds and two bronzes, hardly a failure.”
Noun
Opposite of an actor or player
Noun
Opposite of star of the show
Noun
Opposite of one who is the object of great respect, admiration, or devotion
“The company is the bottom of the barrel when it comes to car services.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who is highly regarded by the greater society
Noun
Opposite of the main figure or one of the most prominent figures in a situation
Noun
Opposite of a person of exemplary conduct or virtue
“Only a fiend could be capable of something so heinous.”
Verb
Opposite of to perform, especially as an actor in a film or stage show
“Richard Linklater would later direct the movie, A Scanner Darkly, with Keanu Reeves starring.”
Verb
Opposite of to excel in a given field or endeavor
“Your effectiveness in understanding, analyzing, and addressing problems is a major measure of whether you succeed or fail as a manager.”
Verb
Opposite of to perform in, usually as a leading character
“If she wants some guidance as to what happens when you forgo an iconic role to another actor, she only has to ask her co-star.”
Verb
Opposite of to cover something with spangles
Adjective
Opposite of of, or relating to, the stars
“As described by Alain, her diadem represents the heavens with all the constellations, while her clothing represents the earthly realm.”
Adjective
Opposite of widely known, especially in a positive way
“Colin skipped the group interview with the press, fearing that too many questions about his Oscar-winning dad would take attention away from the other unknown actors in the series.”
Adjective
Opposite of exceeding others in quality or rank
“Edwick had told her once that Slowhand, Golden Gabe's lesser-known sidekick, used a shield called Blackheart in battle rather than an actual weapon.”
Adjective
Opposite of endowed with special, particularly intellectual, abilities or skills
“He was an inept poet working on an ambitious project of writing a poem about everything while making up rules to justify his poor choice of words.”
Adjective
Opposite of striking in extent, seriousness, or importance
Adjective
Opposite of of a very high standard
Adjective
Opposite of relating to the stars, astronomy, or space in general
Adjective
Opposite of ranking first
“Maurice proved beyond a doubt that he is quite the worst golfer ever to compete in the British Open.”
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