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Synonyms for morning

before noon

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morning, noon and night

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the time of day from sunrise to noon

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the first appearance of daylight in the morning

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a conventional expression of greeting or farewell

the earliest period

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His wife sent a boy this morning to say his father was in a high fever and could not get out, so I'm here instead."
In the garden below were lilac-trees purple with flowers, and their dizzily sweet fragrance drifted up to the window on the morning wind.
Each morning she awoke with hope, and each night she was a prey to despondency.
It was in the winter when this happened, very near the shortest day, and a week of fog into the bargain, so the fact that it was still very dark when George woke in the morning was no guide to him as to the time.
"Very sorry to intrude, sir, at this hour of the morning," he said briskly.
The programme of my ranch life was as follows: Each morning, at eight-thirty, having been reading or correcting proofs in bed since four or five, I went to my desk.
"I'd meant to lay up because of my arm, but it's better this morning. We'll start early and get back for the papers."
Meanwhile, however, the higher men had awakened in Zarathustra's cave, and marshalled themselves for a procession to go to meet Zarathustra, and give him their morning greeting: for they had found when they awakened that he no longer tarried with them.
'After this I had the beautiful fruit of these trees carefully guarded by my most faithful servants; but every year, on this very night, the fruit was plucked and stolen by an invisible hand, and next morning not a single apple remained on the trees.
"Don't you find it colder than it was in the morning, Elinor?
In another minute or two, the distant bathing machines would begin to move, and then the elderly gentlemen of regular habits and sober quaker ladies would be coming to take their salutary morning walks.
He gave Emily his arm, quite satisfied with the result of the morning's talk.
I met my mates in the morning (and, oh, but I am old!) Where roaring on the ledges the summer ground-swell rolled; I heard them lift the chorus that drowned the breakers' song-- The Beaches of Lukannon--two million voices strong.
Adam, for his part, was getting very impatient to see her, and he resolved that, if she did not appear the next day(Saturday), he would set out on Sunday morning to fetch her.
"Good morning, mister," said the pedlar, reining in his mare.