A planet, especially Venus or Mercury, that is prominent in the west shortly after sunset.(noun)
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Use "evening star" in a sentence
"Once more I saw the evening star hanging like a solitaire from the pure front of the western firmament; and the after glow transfiguring and transforming, as by magic, the homely and rugged features of the scene into a fairy land lit with a light which never shines on other soils or seas."
"The fire-flies now gleam through the air like living diamonds, and the evening star has opened her golden eye in the rich deep azure of the sky."