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day

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of day

  1. 1 the hours of light between one night and the next <during the day, we like to go play ball in the park> Synonyms daylight, daytime Related Words light, sunlight, sunshine; dawn, dawning, daybreak, forenoon, morn, morning, sunrise; afternoon, noon; dusk, eve, evening, gloaming, nightfall, sundown, sunset, twilight Near Antonyms black, blackness, dark, darkness Antonyms night, nighttime

  2. 2 an extent of time associated with a particular person or thing <the brief but glorious day of the clipper ship> Synonyms age, epoch, era, period, timeRelated Words cycle, generation, year; bit, space, span, spell, stretch, while; date, vintage

  3. 3 the first appearance of light in the morning or the time of its appearance <at the break of day I was relieved to realize that I had survived another night in the wilderness> Synonyms aurora, cockcrow, dawning, dawn, daybreak, daylight, light, morn, morning, sun, sunrise, sunupRelated Words daytime; forenoonNear Antonyms dark, darkness, midnight, night, nighttime; afternoon, midday; dusk, evening, eventide, gloaming, twilightAntonyms nightfall, sundown, sunset




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