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Dawn vs. Morning

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Dawnverb

(intransitive) To begin to brighten with daylight.

‘A new day dawns.’;

Morningnoun

The part of the day from dawn to noon.

‘I'll see you tomorrow morning.’;

Dawnverb

(intransitive) To start to appear or be realized.

‘I don’t want to be there when the truth dawns on him.’;

Morningnoun

The part of the day between midnight and noon.

‘one o'clock in the morning (1 am)’;

Dawnverb

(intransitive) To begin to give promise; to begin to appear or to expand.

Morningnoun

(figurative) The early part of anything.

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Dawnnoun

(uncountable) The morning twilight period immediately before sunrise.

Morningnoun

The first alcoholic drink of the day; a morning draught.

Dawnnoun

(countable) The rising of the sun.

Morninginterjection

A greeting said in the morning; shortening of good morning

Dawnnoun

(uncountable) The time when the sun rises.

‘She rose before dawn to meet the train.’;

Morningnoun

The first or early part of the day, variously understood as the earliest hours of light, the time near sunrise; the time from midnight to noon, from rising to noon, etc.

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Dawnnoun

(uncountable) The beginning.

‘the dawn of civilization’;

Morningnoun

The first or early part; as, the morning of life.

Dawnverb

To begin to grow light in the morning; to grow light; to break, or begin to appear; as, the day dawns; the morning dawns.

‘In the end of the Sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene . . . to see the sepulcher.’;

Morningnoun

The goddess Aurora.

Dawnverb

To began to give promise; to begin to appear or to expand.

‘When life awakes, and dawns at every line.’; ‘Dawn on our darkness and lend us thine aid.’;

Morningadjective

Pertaining to the first part or early part of the day; being in the early part of the day; as, morning dew; morning light; morning service.

‘She looks as clearAs morning roses newly washed with dew.’; ‘Since he miscalled the morning star,Nor man nor fiend hath fallen so far.’;

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Dawnnoun

The break of day; the first appearance of light in the morning; show of approaching sunrise.

‘And oft at dawn, deep noon, or falling eve.’; ‘No sun, no moon, no morn, no noon,No dawn, no dusk, no proper time of day.’;

Morningnoun

the time period between dawn and noon;

‘I spent the morning running errands’;

Dawnnoun

First opening or expansion; first appearance; beginning; rise.

‘These tender circumstances diffuse a dawn of serenity over the soul.’;

Morningnoun

a conventional expression of greeting or farewell

Dawnnoun

the first light of day;

‘we got up before dawn’; ‘they talked until morning’;

Morningnoun

the first light of day;

‘we got up before dawn’; ‘they talked until morning’;

Dawnnoun

the earliest period;

‘the dawn of civilization’; ‘the morning of the world’;

Morningnoun

the earliest period;

‘the dawn of civilization’; ‘the morning of the world’;

Dawnnoun

an opening time period;

‘it was the dawn of the Roman Empire’;

Morningadjective

in the morning;

‘the morning hours’;

Dawnverb

become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions;

‘It dawned on him that she had betrayed him’; ‘she was penetrated with sorrow’;

Morning

Morning is the period from sunrise to noon. There are no exact times for when morning begins (also true for evening and night) because it can vary according to one's lifestyle and the hours of daylight at each time of year.

Dawnverb

appear or develop;

‘The age of computers had dawned’;

Dawnverb

become light;

‘It started to dawn, and we had to get up’;

Dawn

Dawn is the time that marks the beginning of twilight before sunrise. It is recognized by the appearance of indirect sunlight being scattered in Earth's atmosphere, when the centre of the Sun's disc has reached 18° below the observer's horizon.

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