Consequently the bright little scissors glanced before his eyes a sort of loadstar.
The feather in the hat of Lewis was the loadstar of victory.
But without partialitie (for in this earand I have set my compas to the loadstar of reason), we pronunce it better.
In the home she is "loadstone to all hearts, and loadstar to all eyes."
And 'Capital,' Karl Marx's great work, has become the loadstar of modern economic science.
In the home, she is the "loadstone to all hearts, and loadstar to all eyes."
She had learned long since that he still admired though he no longer desired her—and desire was the loadstar of his life.
Heart-broken as I am, I should desire to carry away one memory at least of her whose love was the loadstar of my existence.'
God is his Creator, the source of his thoughts, the loadstar of his meditations, the all-comprehending object of his desire.
She has led me to hope it may, and that hope is the loadstar of my existence; and one with which I will never part.