morning-star uttered these words with such a sprightly air, and so loud, that the caliph awaked.
The stars were all gone now, save one in the distance—the morning-star.
Was she not to him in very deed a morning-star; did not her presence bring with it airs from Heaven?
Uriel engages Apollion, and succeeds in wresting from him the rebel banner with its morning-star.
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.
One morning, he found his morning-star all dimmed and dusky-red; doomsday had dawned; they were to meet no more!
When she had eaten these she turned to a beautiful golden-haired animal like to the morning-star.
His round shield is made of burnished silver, and the head of his morning-star consists of a single cornelian.
When that high spirit, that morning-star of evil, fell from heaven, it was as a rebel that he fell.
What were you dreaming about, morning-star, that made you look so sad just before I kissed you?
a name figuratively given to Christ (Rev. 22:16; comp. 2 Pet. 1:19). When Christ promises that he will give the "morning star" to his faithful ones, he "promises that he will give to them himself, that he will give to them himself, that he will impart to them his own glory and a share in his own royal dominion; for the star is evermore the symbol of royalty (Matt. 2:2), being therefore linked with the sceptre (Num. 24:17). All the glory of the world shall end in being the glory of the Church." Trench's Comm.