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daybreak

noun day·break \-ˌbrāk\

: the time of day when sunlight first begins to appear

Full Definition of DAYBREAK

:  dawn

Examples of DAYBREAK

  1. <I always seem to wake up at daybreak, regardless of what the clock says.>

First Known Use of DAYBREAK

1530

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