Definition of daybreak
Examples of daybreak in a Sentence
I always seem to wake up at daybreak, regardless of what the clock says.
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Richard Walker, who owns the Bergen Sign Company, arrived at his business shortly after daybreak after getting an email and then telephone call from the building’s landlord.
Just after daybreak, a three-vehicle caravan arrives at the edge of a lake by this remote village on the coast of China's Yellow Sea, not far from Confucius's birthplace.
The site of a fatal collision between the two vessels off Japan’s coast is notorious for congested sea traffic, particularly during the night when merchant ships are trying to reach Tokyo’s port by daybreak.
Bryce Benson, was airlifted from the ship's deck after daybreak Saturday to the U.S. Naval Hospital in Yokosuka with a head injury.
Before the reservation system took effect, more than 300 vehicles often crammed onto Haleakala at daybreak.
Dr. Marcel Pena of the Santo Tomas Hospital in Panama City said wounded had been coming in all night and the number increased with daybreak.
At Lewis Smith, the morning topwater bite is pretty much ending, with the action limited to areas where breaking fish are seen in the first hour after daybreak.
D.C. police came to Starks’s door at daybreak Dec. 7, 2015, with a search warrant in hand.
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First Known Use of daybreak
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Definition of daybreak for English Language Learners
: the time of day when sunlight first begins to appear
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