my herald of the morn is my cat, sticking his paw in my face to wake me up
so, how are you this lovely morn?
Recent Examples on the WebAs of Tuesday morn, Pastrnak led the league with 20 strikes, followed by Edmonton’s Connor McDavid (18).
BostonGlobe.com, 26 Nov. 2019 The same amount of time separates you from the next frosty morn with a rifle or bow in your hand.
The Editors, Field & Stream, 13 Jan. 2020 As of Wednesday morn, the Bruins had led for 61.8 percent of their playing time through 12 games.
BostonGlobe.com, 31 Oct. 2019 The next several years were a sorry mixture of supermarket pastries or yogurt smoothies to greet the dewy morn.
Bulletin Board, Twin Cities, 23 June 2019 Media: Buzz 60 Winning tickets None Next jackpot 3/28 $19.25
Pick 3 morn.: 3/24 0-3-4 Sum: 7
Pick 3 day: 4-4-6 Sum: 14
Pick 3 even.
Texas Lottery Commission, Houston Chronicle, 24 Mar. 2018 ForgeRock provides identity management services for customers such as investment manager Morningstar (morn, -0.19%), telecom firm Vodafone (vod, -0.60%), and insurer Geico as well as the governments of Norway, New Zealand, and Belgium.
Robert Hackett, Fortune, 5 Sep. 2017 After hearing his alarm sound on Sunday morn, a Lake Wales couple spotted a nude dude, later identified as Matthew Gamwell, standing near their home with his junk exposed, cops said, reports WFLA NBC News-8 in Tampa.
Barbara Hijek, Sun-Sentinel.com, 27 June 2017 Hip-hop star Lil Jon and reggaeton star Don Omar will be a part of entertainment festivities for the upcoming All-Star Game Week in Miami, Major League Baseball announced Wednesday morn ing.
Greg Cote, miamiherald, 21 June 2017
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First Known Use of morn
before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1
History and Etymology for morn
Middle English, from Old English morgen; akin to Old High German morgan morning and perhaps to Greek marmairein to sparkle