Since I have known you, you have been the lodestar of my existence, the fountain of my inspiration.
Every man must have a woman as a lodestar; you are to be that to me.
What do they say up in the carbonate camp about the Lodestar business?
And find what lodestar there draws Chartrien From constancy?
You hold me as the lodestar holds the iron: I cannot but cling to you.
His example is the lodestar of our aspirations, and we fain would be his disciples.
I saw little, heard little, yet was faintly conscious that I was the lodestar of all glances and exulting in my triumph.
He's going to make your fortune on Thursday—good old Lodestar, some of 'em'll feel the draught, you bet.
When he looked from a crest of the waves his lodestar was gone; a black cloud had hidden the turret lamp.
Jonson correctly describes the lodestar, or loadstar, as it is less properly called, as "the leading or guiding star."