pole star

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See also: polestar and Pole Star

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pole star (plural pole stars)

  1. (astronomy) The star nearest a celestial pole of a planet.
    Polaris is currently the pole star of our blue planet Earth.
  2. (figuratively) A guide or guiding principle.

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