Examples of daytime in a Sentence
These animals are active during the daytime.
It's the best new show on daytime.
Recent Examples of daytime from the Web
Sisters Kourtney, Kim and pregnant Khloé Kardashian, as well as Kendall Jenner, kept Kylie’s pregnancy under wraps, dodging questions during TV appearances, specifically on Ellen DeGeneres‘ daytime talk show, which all siblings made appearances on.
The show runs Friday through Feb. 18, with both daytime and evening performances.
San Francisco, for example, had the highest congestion rate (tied with Boston) on arterial and city streets during the peak commute hours, while New York holds the top spot during the daytime.
Several raids by federal immigration agents have taken place there over the years, including daytime arrests at a popular shopping plaza in 2007.
The appearance is basically unchanged for 2018, with new LED taillights and daytime running lights on the base S trim, and automatic rain-sensing headlights, along with automatic rain-sensing wipers.
There will be February days with nighttime lows in the 50s and daytime highs in the 70s with a south wind, a bit of cloud cover, a touch of humidity and a low or falling barometer.
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, a Montecito homeowner, invited her celebrity neighbor Oprah Winfrey on her daytime show to talk about the mudslides that threatened their homes.
Sunday's daytime high will push into the upper 50s.
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First Known Use of daytime
before 12th century
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