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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAYTIME

He would think you dreamed, as all people do, of what they think of in the daytime.

You don't suppose it would walk in the grove in the daytime, do you?

What delighted Pierre was that nothing of all the daytime junketing remained.

In the vicinity of the Grotto one could see now as clearly as in the daytime.

He could see even better in the night than in the daytime, so he was a fine watchman.

She is accustomed to go about by herself, she says, after dark, as well as in the daytime.

During the daytime she was there, but when evening came she disappeared.

In the daytime he could not have been so befooled by his imagination!

I don't believe it's got any right to be around in the daytime.

You may see in it any object you may desire to see, and all the doings of men in daytime or at night.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, from day + time (n.).

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