Unbeknownst to him, the orb contains an Infinity Stone, which holds within it the power to destroy entire planets.
Quite frankly, the custom made Sealegs craft knocks the spots off the orb he got given by the Pope the other day.
Imagine an orb of ice in the sky, drifting toward a white kingdom.
Guardians centers on Peter Quill/Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), an intergalactic smuggler who swipes an orb.
The whole eastern horizon becomes almost suddenly black, and this darkness spreads upwards, obscuring the orb of day.
Looking into the orb of light, he sees nothing, but he is warmed and elevated.
But his orb was now in the zenith, and of no service to point out the quarter of the compass.
That orb is of a sinister appearance, but to do it justice it looks heated.
The fires of the orb of day shed their beneficent influence generally upon the world.
Gazing on the outline of the orb, one might have fancied oneself in England.
mid-15c., "sphere, globe, something spherical or circular," from Old French orbe "orb, globe" (13c.) and directly from Latin orbem (nominative orbis) "circle, disk, ring, hoop, orbit," probably related to orbita "wheel track, rut," of unknown origin. Watkins suggests a connection with the root of orchid.
A three-dimensional extension of a word originally describing two-dimensional shapes. Astronomical sense is in reference to the hollow spheres that carried the planets and stars in the Ptolemaic system. As a verb from c.1600. Orb weaver spider is first recorded 1889.