- n. Plural form of morning star.
“Say, and where are the Priests and Levites in this our day and age of the world? say 5864 years since the day in which the morning stars sang together, and the sons of God shouted for joy -- in the formation of this, another new world; even so, amen, and selah.”
Wilkerson's history of his travels & labors, in the United States : as a missionary, in particular, that of the Union Seminary, located in Franklin Co., Ohio, since he purchased his liberty in New Orleans, La. &c.,
“With that, the ogres charged, their massive morning stars descending like meteors.”
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