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Dawning

ˈdɔː.nɪŋ

Meanings of Dawning:

noun

Dawn.

Usage examples:

The deepest part of the night now over and heading on to a new dawning, a new dawning unlike any ot…
adjective

Beginning to grow light.

Usage examples:

The dawning sky
verb

(of a day) begin.

Usage examples:

Thursday dawned bright and sunny

Dawns

dɔːn

Meanings of Dawns:

noun

The first appearance of light in the sky before sunrise.

Usage examples:

He set off at dawn
verb

(of a day) begin.

Usage examples:

Thursday dawned bright and sunny

Daws

dɔː

Meanings of Daws:

noun

Another term for jackdaw.

Meanings of Day:

noun

Each of the twenty-four-hour periods, reckoned from one midnight to the next, into which a week, month, or year is divided, and corresponding to a rotation of the earth on its axis.

Usage examples:

They only met a few days ago

Time for earth to make a complete rotation on its axis

Meanings of Day after day:

idiom

For an indefinite number of successive days

phrase

On each successive day over a long period.

Usage examples:

The rain poured down day after day

Meanings of Day in day out:

idiom

For an indefinite number of successive days

phrase

Continuously or repeatedly over a long period of time.

Usage examples:

I worked with you day in, day out

Meanings of Day-and-night:

idiom

All the time

Usage examples:

The noise is awful – you can hear the traffic day and night.

Meanings of Day-before:

phrase

Two days ago

Usage examples:

I called her the day before yesterday., he arrived in london the day before yesterday., when did sh…

Meanings of Day-by-day:

idiom

Gradually over many days

Usage examples:

Day by day my father grew stronger.

Meanings of Day-in:

idiom

When i was young

Usage examples:

Kids take so much for granted nowadays - in my day a new bike was really special.

Day-job

ˈdeɪ ˌdʒɒb

Meanings of Day-job:

noun

A job that you do to earn money so that you can do something else that you prefer but that does not pay you much money

Usage examples:

Many actors have day jobs too.

Meanings of Day-labourer:

noun

A person who is employed for one day at a time

Usage examples:

There are 24,000 day labourers in los angeles, according to research, more than in any other us city.

Meanings of Day-off:

noun

A day when you do not work

Usage examples:

Book/have/take a day off the change in rules meant they would be unable to take a day off if their …

Meanings of Day-one:

idiom

At some time in the future

Usage examples:

I’d like to go to mexico again one day.

Meanings of Day-patient:

noun

A patient who remains in hospital during the day usually for a minor operation or other treatment

Meanings of Day-to-day:

adjective

Ordinary and regular

Usage examples:

Your day-to-day responsibilities will include sorting the mail and making appointments.

Day-trip

ˈdeɪ ˌtrɪp

Meanings of Day-trip:

noun

A visit to a place in which you return home or to your hotel on the same day

Usage examples:

A lot of the people on the beach are day-trippers.

Meanings of Day-tripper:

noun

Someone who visits a place, going there and coming back on the same day

Usage examples:

The coast is full of day-trippers at this time of year., windsor hosts 9 million visitors a year, m…

Meanings of Dayak:

noun

The group of austronesian languages spoken by the dayak.

Usage examples:

We don't speak dayak, but we knew what to do though.
adjective

A member of a group of indigenous peoples inhabiting parts of borneo, including the iban (or sea dayak ) of the north, the land dayak of the south-west, and the punan.

Meanings of Dayal:

noun

= dayal bird .

Dayan

daˈjɑːn

Meanings of Dayan:

noun

A religious judge, in particular one in a rabbinic court.

Usage examples:

However provoked, the dayanim adjourned without a decision and set a date for a second trial.

Dayanim

daˈjɑːn

Meanings of Dayanim:

noun

A religious judge, in particular one in a rabbinic court.

Usage examples:

However provoked, the dayanim adjourned without a decision and set a date for a second trial.

Daybed

ˈdeɪ ˌbed

Meanings of Daybed:

noun

A couch that can be made up into a bed.

Usage examples:

The central prop branagh utilizes for this confrontation is not a bed, but rather, a daybed or couch.

Daybeds

ˈdeɪbɛd

Meanings of Daybeds:

noun

A couch that can be made up into a bed.

Usage examples:

The central prop branagh utilizes for this confrontation is not a bed, but rather, a daybed or couch.

Meanings of Dayberry:

noun

Gooseberry.

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