Dare you to wear your brother's coat without the crescent which should stamp you as his cadet.
But was the "star and crescent" the symbol of the City of Constantine?
Diana had sped an arrow from her bow that is like the crescent moon.
The crescent moon and the stars filtered down a tinsel light.
There was one born in the sky, sir, the day I was christened with a Turkish crescent.
He had begun to justify himself to their crescent belief in him, the product of the years.
To defeat the Crescent was the highest ideal of that chivalric age.
There was a little silver moon—Diana's moon, the crescent of the huntress.
It looked like a crescent moon, and had been there ever since he could remember.
One looks up at the moon, at a time when only a crescent of it is visible.