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Synonyms for aurora

the first appearance of daylight in the morning

Synonyms for aurora

an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth's magnetic lines of force

(Roman mythology) goddess of the dawn

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I must show this stupid man where to go," said Aurora in a whisper to Seymour, and ran out to the threshold to speed the parting guest.
It ran along the passage like a path of gold, and in the midst of it Aurora Rome lay lustrous in her robes of green and gold, with her dead face turned upwards.
Aurora Rome had been stabbed with some sharp instrument such as a knife or dagger; some instrument, at least, of which the blade was short.
Though the aurora still flamed, another day had begun.
The gang-plank was hauled in, and the Aurora swang out from the bank.
I would engage a launch and go down the river on the track of the Aurora.
I want to find the whereabouts of a steam launch called the Aurora, owner Mordecai Smith, black with two red streaks, funnel black with a white band.
We cannot pick up the broken trail until we find either the Aurora or Mr.
Among the solar system's auroras, the dancing lights that paint Saturn's skies show a distinct style.
But this autumn, due to a natural burst in solar activity, auroras may appear much farther south than usual--maybe even as far south as Florida and Mexico.
Auroras shimmer not only above Earth's far northern and southern latitudes but also in the skies of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
Aurora has integrated the Analytics Library into the company's OTC Options trading system - which is a part of the WinFITS platform - offering Auroras' clients the most reliable and customizable trading system, coupled with industry-leading analytics.
The spectacular auroras of earth, such as the aurora borealis or "northern lights," have counterparts in similar phenomena at Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus.
Any visitor to the Aurora Showcase site who subsequently downloads a book will be encouraged to write a review of the work, which will be posted online for future readers.