the evening starnoun [ S ]uk /ˌiːv.nɪŋ ˈstɑːr/ us /ˌiːv.nɪŋ ˈstɑːr/
Examples from literature
- As they did then, so at sunrise and at noon and at four o'clock and sunset and when the evening star disappeared—five times a day—they prayed.
- He regarded her for a moment with compassion and understanding, chivalrous and deep, then, moving to the window, stood there with his face to the evening star.
- It was a warm, serene evening, the silver moon shining, the evening star just appearing in the clear blue sky.
- The evening star shone softly above the sea.
- The ferry of the light from the dawn to the dark is done for the day, The evening star is up.
- This beautiful planet may be seen either a little after sunset or shortly before sunrise, according as it becomes the morning or the evening star, but never departing quite forty-eight degrees from the Sun.