Definition of "day-star" [day•-star]

  • The morning star; the star which ushers in the day; -- usually the planet Venus, when seen before and just after sunrise. (noun)
  • The sun, as the orb of day. (noun)

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Use "day-star" in a sentence
  • "August 25, 2009 at 9:07 am which, bean transmalated: How art thou flollin from heaven, Ohai, day-star , sunbeam of the morning! how art thou rolling round on to the ground, that didst lay LOL the nations!"
  • "Yvonne Aburrow 2007, The day-star of approaching morn: The relationship between the Unitarians and the Brahmo Samaj"
  • "She regarded India as 'pagan', 'wandering children', and referred to 'India's darkened shore' and Indian women 'trembling midst the dismal night of pagan horrors' and contrasted this with Rammohun's vision of the 'day-star of approaching morn' – a Unitarianism that would persuade India to accept Christ's message Medhurst, 1992: 9-13."