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guiding star

noun as in North Star

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They would see right away, that Obama talking about how this absentee father was the guiding star of his life.

And I think what the industry loses, and what the younger generation coming up loses, is a guiding star.

Justice, not to mention mercy, toward the family and the individual has not been the guiding star.

Steadfast it gazed into that bright star's heaven-lighted depths, until I recognized it as my guiding star—my Destiny!

Duty had, however, always been his guiding star, and he accordingly the next morning at daybreak was ready to depart.

But there were times when clouds obscured this guiding star.

He could not have known that his son was to fall desperately in love with the guiding star that he had appointed for him.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to guiding star, such as: cynosure, lodestar, polar star, and polestar.

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