daybreak

[ dey-breyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF daybreak

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAYBREAK

One morning at daybreak I was awakened by Jim swinging back my door.

At daybreak they were in the entrance of the Straits, but the enemy were not in sight.

Proclaim at daybreak that I myself will review the troops in the Vivarrambla.

The baron, with some of his retainers and all the foresters, halted at daybreak in Sherwood forest.

I go out at daybreak, driving the oxen to field, and I yoke them to the plough.

Have them ready by to-morrow at daybreak, when the messenger may start.'

"Let a search be made at daybreak to-morrow morning," exclaimed Mr. Dunbar.

On the 30th of January, at daybreak, the 1st Division again advanced.

Next morning, the 9th, at daybreak, the troops advanced in two columns.

At daybreak on March 20, 1915, the brigade reached the German position.

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