dawning[ daw-ning ]SEE DEFINITION OF dawning
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAWNING
The first dawning of genuine love—the fervour of adoration, all were fled.
Artois was conscious of a dawning hostility in the Marchesino.
What would be the result upon her and upon her dawning gift?
The dawning intellect of her began to grasp already the nobility of work.
And first Aristophanes drops, and then, as the day is dawning, Agathon.
The day was dawning, and the last raindrops were splashing on the wet and empty pavement.
However, he smiled politely and sniffed with a dawning suspicion.
It was one of those soft days that link late spring and dawning summer.
The religion of the future was dawning—the Church of the People.
It was dawning upon him that a girl of the Colonies had rejected his suit.