polar star n.
See daughter star.
Now you shall know that opposite the polar star is the other star, called antarctic, as I have said before.
Night travel is based on the North or polar star as the infallible guide.
Justice was not their polar star, nor did they seek the moral sphere as the place of their habitation.
How could you have acted, as the polar star of all the stages could not have acted in your place?
Their Kublah, he declared, was the polar star and not the east.
Gerard's pure and unrivalled love for Margaret had been his polar star.
This navigator suffered much from storms, and having sailed southward, he crossed the equator and lost sight of the polar star.
You say that France should be our polar star in case war should take place.
Daringly yon gallant ship, towards the polar star, walks the untrodden pathways of old Ocean, leaving the haunts of man.
Duncan had no other guide than a distant glimmering light, which served, however, the office of a polar star to the lover.