Examples of daybreak in a Sentence
I always seem to wake up at daybreak, regardless of what the clock says.
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Disney did a similar service on May 1, broadcasting from a very serene Magic Kingdom at daybreak.
At daybreak, only 25 members of his company remained unwounded.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the Orange County Fire Rescue and the Orange County Sheriff's Office planned to resume the search at daybreak Thursday.
At daybreak, Laurel Police agreed with Rev. John Evans, pastor of St. Mark’s, to set up nighttime barricades in the Grove for protection.
Because of the steep terrain, police were waiting until daybreak to try to reach the body, Bourasa said.
At daybreak Wednesday, a DOT safety inspection found debris clogging areas in the work zone that control soil runoff, Thompson said.
After much complaining, equivocating and dragging of feet, Lot and his family reluctantly left Sodom — which was destroyed at daybreak by fire and brimstone raining from heaven.
Before daybreak, militants had attacked an army unit attached to Afghanistan’s main military academy, where the son was studying to be an officer.
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DAYBREAK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of daybreak for English Language Learners
: the time of day when sunlight first begins to appear
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