Thesaurus / evening-star
opposites of evening-star
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
But the evening-star still shines in the heavens, and will ever shine there!
GOETHE AND SCHILLERL. MHLBACH
The two knights clashed together on the bridge and Gareth brought the Evening-star groveling in a minute to his feet on his knees.
TALES FROM TENNYSONMOLLY K. BELLEW
She remained Istar, without any feminine suffix, and it was never forgotten that she was the evening-star.
PATRIARCHAL PALESTINEARCHIBALD HENRY SAYCE
Under those trees, gazing across the ocean, in the still light of the evening-star, Odysseus wept for his far-distant home.
STUDIES OF THE GREEK POETS (VOL I OF 2)JOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
She has a sphere of her own, which has no more to do with our world than if she lived in the evening-star.
Before the rising of the sun, it is called the morning-star, and after the setting, the evening-star.
CICERO'S TUSCULAN DISPUTATIONSMARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
Hesper, the evening-star, was sometimes identified with Phosphor.
THE CLASSIC MYTHS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE AND IN ART (2ND ED.) (1911)CHARLES MILLS GAYLEY