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daugh·ter star

one of the figures forming the diaster.
Synonym(s): polar star
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polar star

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daugh·ter star

(daw'tĕr stahr)
One of the figures forming the diaster.
Synonym(s): polar star.
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The Polar Star, a heavy icebreaker commissioned in the 1970s, is capable of breaking through 6 feet of ice.
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