Definition of daylight
- began to see daylight on the problem
- scared the daylights out of him
- denied there was any daylight between the two governments' positions
Open up the curtains and let some daylight into the room.
As daylight fades into darkness, everyone returns to their homes.
For pictures taken in daylight, use a different film.
We could see daylight through the cracks in the wall.
The accident happened just after daylight.
They said there was no daylight between the two governments' positions.
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: the light of the sun and sky during the day : the natural light of day
: the time of day when the sky is light
: the time of day when sunlight first begins to appear
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