dawn[ dawn ]SEE DEFINITION OF dawn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAWN
And yet, I am persuaded, a day will dawn when something will.
Light of some sort began to dawn on the perplexed faces of the gentlemen.
When Sidney saw the outline of the stable roof, she knew that it was dawn.
The dawn was just showing over the mountains, and in Sils the cocks were crowing.
At the dawn of the morning he made his attack sharp, unexpected, decisive.
At dawn he would snatch a few hours' sleep, but that was all.
There was a venta or inn near by, he said, where they could sleep, starting again at dawn.
He is from everlasting to everlasting—such as creation's dawn beheld he fooleth now.
I'm willing to risk my reputation as a prophet and say that the dawn will come with rain.
The wind was freshening, as if it brought the dawn upon its edge.