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How to use polestar in a sentence

With this last link in a strange chain of evidence I close my diary of the voyage of the Polestar.
THE DEALINGS OF CAPTAIN SHARKEYA. CONAN DOYLE
So that could well be the "Polestar" standing needle slim behind them—and not the notorious "Solar Queen."
PLAGUE SHIPANDRE NORTON
It is the polestar of their system, and everything else has been subject to its influence.
THE DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, VOL. VIIIVARIOUS
At night fix the dial so that the twelve o'clock line points exactly to north, as determined by the Polestar.
BOY SCOUTS HANDBOOKBOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
The polestar, which you tell me may be my guide, is often for a long time concealed by impenetrable clouds.
THREE PRIZE ESSAYS ON AMERICAN SLAVERYR. B. THURSTON
Was the polestar ever obscured by the interposition of a world in formation?
THE UNIVERSE A VAST ELECTRIC ORGANISMGEORGE WOODWARD WARDER
It was not the polestar he lost sight of, or the compass he mistrusted; it was the sea-worthiness of the vessel.
RAB AND HIS FRIENDS AND OTHER PAPERSJOHN BROWN
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO POLESTAR

  • basic
  • bosom
  • bottom line
  • center
  • coal-and-ice
  • core
  • crux
  • essence
  • focal point
  • focus
  • gist
  • hub
  • kernel
  • marrow
  • meat
  • middle
  • nitty-gritty
  • nub
  • nucleus
  • pith
  • polestar
  • quick
  • quintessence
  • root
  • seat
  • soul
  • spirit
  • stuff
  • substance
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