Definition of Loadstars

1. Noun. (plural of loadstar) ¹



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Definition of Loadstars

1. loadstar [n] - See also: loadstar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Loadstars

loading screen
loading screens
loading space
loading spaces
loading zone
loading zones
loadings
loadmaster
loadmasters
loads
loadsa
loadsamoney
loadspace
loadspaces
loadstar
loadstars (current term)
loadstone
loadstones
loaf
loaf about
loaf around
loaf of bread
loaf sugar
loafed
loafer
loafered
loafers
loafing
loafings
loaflike

Literary usage of Loadstars

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1862)
"Mr. Shield's glee, called "The loadstars," is a three-part setting of the ... Your eyes are loadstars, and your tongue's sweet air When wheat is green, ..."

2. God in History: Or, The Progress of Man's Faith in the Moral Order of the World by Christian Karl Josias Bunsen (1868)
"Pindar knows no loadstars but reason, which ponders on the seriousness of life, and pious reverence for moderation. Thus he says in the Olympic Ode on ..."

3. Latter-day Pamphlets by Thomas Carlyle (1901)
"To whoever does still know of loadstars, the proceedings, which expand themselves daily, of these sublime philanthropic associations, and ' universal ..."

4. The Life of John Sterling: Latter-day Pamphlets by Thomas Carlyle, John Sterling (1897)
"... can get above the fog; still _ there in their place, and quite the same as they always were ! To whoever does still know of loadstars, the proceedings ..."

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