morning star

  1. a planet (usually Venus) seen just before sunrise in the eastern sky
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  • The morning started off with the final phase of the eventing competition, the show jumping.
  • The morning star has the same palpitating hush; the early light is enmeshed in the branches that overbrow your window, as in those other days. The Fugitive
  • This morning started at a fairly leisurely pace with a mini-lie in for our last morning away, then coffee and eventually a mooch around the shops.
  • Isaiah is here drawing from Canaanite mythology: when Baal the Thunderer, whose throne was on Mount Zaphon, was swallowed up by the god of death, Mot, then the god of the morning star, Athtar the Awesome, attempted to ascend to his throne and take his place. Why Christians Should Go Ahead and Be Pagan
  • Wednesday morning started at Indie 103, a very cool station with great on-air talent.
  • The morning started with groans - Neil about his face and jaw, me because I'd missed my bus to Edinburgh and didn't feel very clever.
  • The morning started fine, with a little high thin cloud, but still and very cold.
  • There was 'a wonder in heaven; 'a throne was seen, far above all created powers, mediatorial, intercessory; a title archetypal; a crown bright as the morning star; a glory issuing from the Modern Atheism under its forms of Pantheism, Materialism, Secularism, Development, and Natural Laws
  • Michiganian 2: 23: Any chance that the daughters were among the morning stars ... - Top Stories
  • David Stuart pondered over it that night, as he paced his chamber, restless and sleepless; pondered over it as he stood and saw the pale morning star melt into the hues of sunrise; and heard the confused chirping of a thousand birds, change to the clear distinct song by which every matin warbler raised its separate hymn to the Creator; to Him "who made the lesser light to rule the night, and the greater light to rule the day. Stuart of Dunleath: A Story of Modern Times
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