beacon[ bee-kuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF beacon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEACON
The Beacon had reached a large circulation, but its slave was worn out.
The thoughts about the Beacon were after all not so very absorbing.
In a crisis his presence in London or Paris was absolutely necessary to the Beacon.
Ah, then Beacon Street is one of the principal streets, is it?
The Church had been his beacon before, but now it was to be his refuge.
Let us see if the beacon that lights to the throne should not show the path to the shrine also.'
To how many is the 'light that lies in woman's eyes 'but a beacon to lure to ruin?
“The Duke is himself guarding the Beacon,” the soldier answered.
It stands there, not only a monument of the past, but a beacon for the future.
To the modern Spanish painter he is probably as fixed a beacon as Velasquez.