Diurnal: such insects as are active or habitually fly by day only.
All were at a good height, and the whole movement had the air of a diurnal migration.
From the owls to the diurnal birds of prey it is but a short step.
She avoided the house, but sent a woman for her diurnal love letters.
The wallet of diurnal anecdote was full, and craved unloading.
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