Thesaurus / daytime

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The night was to be much darker than would have been thought from the magnificent daytime.

Godfrey MorganJules Verne

Otherwise, if he had to change his boots during the daytime he put on another pair.

The Eldest SonArchibald Marshall

They go about freely during the daytime, but remain in their protected hut from sunset to sunrise.

In walks through the study area approximately three times as many cottontails were flushed at night as in the daytime.

We were allowed to go down to the well deck to see our friends and sit on the hatch with them during the daytime.

Five Months on a German RaiderFrederic George Trayes

In the daytime she would continue the stories begun in dreams.

YonderEmily Hilda Young

"We'll have to find a spot uninhabited enough for us to hide during the daytime," ventured Harry.

Sometimes half the horde would follow from overhead a tiger or lion that had ventured out in the daytime.

Before AdamJack London

For this purpose build some sort of a platform ten inches or more high, that will do for a seat in daytime.

How to Camp OutJohn M. Gould

Haeffle called my attention to a little trench we all had noticed during the daytime, about forty metres in front of us.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.