Examples of daybreak in a Sentence
I always seem to wake up at daybreak, regardless of what the clock says.
Recent Examples of daybreak from the Web
The daybreak attack, the investigators said in a report, was one of more than 20 government assaults involving chemical weapons since March 2013, most of them targeting families with no part in the conflict.
The daybreak crash on Sept. 18 in Flushing killed three people, including the charter bus driver, a passenger aboard the city bus and a pedestrian, and injured more than a dozen others.
Hurricane Irma was poised to pummel the Florida Keys near sunrise today with sustained winds of 125 mph en route to a possible landfall well before daybreak Monday along the Gulf Coast near Tampa Bay.
Forecasters expect the powerful hurricane's winds to start buffeting the Florida Keys by daybreak Sunday.
The toll is expected to climb when searches resume at daybreak.
Irma was expected to strike the Florida Keys at daybreak Sunday.
Otherwise the rest of the night will be partly cloudy with areas of fog developing towards daybreak Saturday and lows in the 60s.
The National Weather Service in Huntsville has issued a frost advisory for extreme northern Alabama tonight, anticipating temperatures will fall to near the freezing mark before daybreak.
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