Definition of morning
1a : dawn tossed and turned all night until morning finally cameb : the time from sunrise to noon She liked to get things done early in the morning.c : the time from midnight to noon It was ten o'clock in the morning.
2 : a period of first development : beginning The war started in the morning of his reign.
Examples of morning in a Sentence
She liked to get things done early in the morning.
I worked in the yard for part of the morning.
I saw him this morning, and I'll be meeting with him again tomorrow morning.
We have a meeting scheduled for 10 o'clock Wednesday morning.
On Sunday mornings I like to relax and read the newspaper.
She arrived on the morning of March 18.
the morning after a storm
It was early morning when I woke.
We sat around drinking coffee all morning.
We won't find out until morning.
Recent Examples of morning from the Web
The next morning, his car was found parked near an Independence Avenue grocery, and then appeared his trousers in a trash can on Cliff Drive.
Queensland state police said the 37-year-old man raped the teenager in his car on July 8, and the girl reported the assault to police the next morning.
The rain won’t go away — at least until after Thursday morning rush hour.
The capital murder trial stemmed from the death of Satori Richardson, 26, in the early morning hours of July 4, 2014.
Harford Fire Blog posted an update on its Facebook page Wednesday morning saying that family members had reported the teen had been discharged from shock trauma.
The boat will initially run three round-trip routes on weekday mornings and three in the afternoon and evening.
A link to a pastebin page that appeared to contain the personal identifying information of Kaczynski, some of his family members and his colleagues circulated on 4chan Wednesday morning.
Last month, a 2-year-old girl drowned in a neighbor's swimming pool in Jackson Township after wandering from her family home early in the morning.
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Origin and Etymology of morning
Middle English, from morn + -ing (as in evening)
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
MORNING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of morning for English Language Learners
: the early part of the day : the time of day from sunrise until noon
: the part of the day between midnight and noon
—used informally to say hello to someone in the morning
MORNING Defined for Kids
Definition of morning for Students
: the early part of the day : the time from sunrise to noon
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