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
Austin police Chief Brian Manley said investigators will keep the surrounding area closed at least until daybreak as evidence is collected.
By daybreak Monday, the road had reopened, and remained so until Thursday’s tragedy, when at least 6 were killed.
Clouds will slowly increase overnight, becoming mostly cloudy before daybreak.
In fact, many churches hold sunrise services because Mary made her discovery at daybreak.
Rain continues at daybreak, making the landscape covered by more than a half-foot of slop.
The attack, which began before dawn and continued well past daybreak, was the latest in a wave of relentless violence in Kabul this month unleashed by the Taliban and the rival Islamic State group that has killed scores and left hundreds wounded.
Winds will begin to pick up from the northwest at 10 to 15 mph, with gusts over 20 mph by daybreak Tuesday.
The low temperature will drop to 31 degrees by daybreak.
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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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