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starry-eyed

Optimistic and idealistic. The term often implies that one is naïve. Out here in Hollywood, we get starry-eyed dreamers by the busload! We were all starry-eyed in our 20s. But by the time we got to our 30s, we were a lot wiser—and happier, too, I think.
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