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Morning - Definition

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Standard Definition

[n] a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
[n] the earliest period; "the dawn of civilization"; "the morning of the world"
[n] the time period between dawn and noon; "I spent the morning running errands"
[n] the first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning"

Synonyms

aurora - (3 syllables), break of day - (3 syllables), break of the day - (4 syllables), cockcrow - (2 syllables), dawn - (1 syllables), dawn - (1 syllables), dawning - (2 syllables), daybreak - (2 syllables), dayspring - (2 syllables), first light - (2 syllables), forenoon - (2 syllables), good morning - (3 syllables), morn - (1 syllables), morning time - (3 syllables), sunrise - (2 syllables), sunup - (2 syllables)

Antonyms

sundown, sunset

Misc. Definitions

\Morn"ing\, a. Pertaining to the first part or early part of the day; being in the early part of the day; as, morning dew; morning light; morning service. She looks as clear As morning roses newly washed with dew. --Shak. {Morning gown}, a gown worn in the morning before one is dressed for the day. {Morning gun}, a gun fired at the first stroke of reveille at military posts. {Morning sickness} (Med.), nausea and vomiting, usually occurring in the morning; -- a common sign of pregnancy. {Morning star}. (a) Any one of the planets (Venus, Jupiter, Mars, or Saturn) when it precedes the sun in rising, esp. Venus. Cf. {Evening star}, {Evening}. (b) Satan. See {Lucifer}. Since he miscalled the morning star, Nor man nor fiend hath fallen so far. --Byron. (c) A weapon consisting of a heavy ball set with spikes, either attached to a staff or suspended from one by a chain. {Morning watch} (Naut.), the watch between four A. M. and eight A. M..

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