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
Temperatures are expected to be close to freezing by daybreak, according to Gerapetritis.
Monday’s attack started around 4 a.m., witnesses said, and fighting continued long after daybreak.
The investigators remained on the scene at daybreak.
On an early spring day in Albania’s High Plateau region, Gjorg of the Berisha has been perched behind a ridge overlooking the highway since daybreak.
In Alabama, where some places got at least 3 inches of snow, dairy farmer Will Gilmer bundled up for the drive to his milking barn before daybreak in rural Lamar County, the thermometer reading 7 degrees.
Authorities had said late Tuesday that residents were still stuck and that first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak.
With Irma now projected to make landfall in the Florida Keys about daybreak Sunday, weather experts say the flooding could begin hours earlier because surges from a hurricane start to hit land in advance of the storm’s center.
By daybreak, a foot of water had flooded the house, and the toilet wasn’t flushing.
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