Definition of Daystars

1. Noun. (plural of daystar) ¹



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Definition of Daystars

1. daystar [n] - See also: daystar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daystars

daysailed
daysailer
daysailers
daysailing
daysailings
daysails
dayshift
dayshifts
dayside
daysides
daysman
daysmen
dayspring
daysprings
daystar
daystars (current term)
daytale
daytaler
daytalers
daytales
daytime
daytimer
daytimers
daytimes
daytrade
daytrader
daytraders
daytripper
daytrippers
dayum

Literary usage of Daystars

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1. Hispanic Anthology by Thomas Walsh (1920)
"... thy sorrow none shall more y notice whoso pays. trough the golden locks that crown rows the scattered snows shall run, hy twin daystars have begun their ..."

2. The Metropolitan (1835)
"... the sincere—that waits Those who have struggled, and with resolute will Vanquish'd earth's pride and meanness, and have shone The daystars of their age ..."

3. The Wind in the Corn: And Other Poems by Edith Wyatt (1917)
"The daystars sink; and the morning's brink Brims through the cinders' flail. Overland, overland, swings the sun; Overland rings the rail. ..."

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