Synonyms for morning-star


Antonyms for morning-star

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The stars were all gone now, save one in the distance—the morning-star.

Uriel engages Apollion, and succeeds in wresting from him the rebel banner with its morning-star.

One morning, he found his morning-star all dimmed and dusky-red; doomsday had dawned; they were to meet no more!

The moon stood high in heaven, the clouds had been driven away, and never did the morning-star rise brighter on two human beings.

His round shield is made of burnished silver, and the head of his morning-star consists of a single cornelian.

As for the Prince, he loved her more than the whole of his kingdom; he always called her his Morning-Star.

What were you dreaming about, Morning-Star, that made you look so sad just before I kissed you?

In the distance above the plain appeared the morning-star, shining very large and bright.

One simply can't go down into sleep and darkness, when a miracle like that is climbing like the morning-star into one's skies.

This enemy, however, was armed, and heaved up his 'morning-star' for a tremendous blow.