A planet, especially Venus, visible in the east just before or at sunrise.(noun)
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Use "morning star" in a sentence
"There are those who barter it for security, those who repress it for what they believe is the betterment of the whole society, but blessed in the twinkle of the morning star is the one who nurtures it and rides it, in grace and love and wit, from peculiar station to peculiar station along life's bittersweet route."
"Long before a ray of light had pierced the primeval darkness that covered earth and sky, when, as yet, the morning star had not been hung as a pendant lamp in the orient, nor the silvery goddess of the evening had snuffed her candle on the occident's setting sun, eternal beings were singing the praises of God."
"The voice sang in tones sweet and loud, as the morning star uprose, these words: -- "Stella maris Maria hodie processit ad ortum: Mary the morning star has risen to-day.""