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morning noun

ADJ. this, tomorrow, yesterday | Friday, Saturday, etc. | early, late The side of the mountain appeared pink in the early morning light. | April, May, etc. | spring, summer, etc. | beautiful, bright, fine, sunny | cold, frosty, grey

VERB + MORNING spend I spent the morning doing some sightseeing.

MORNING + VERB dawn The morning dawned bright and sunny. | progress, wear on As the morning wore on she became more and more tired.

MORNING + NOUN coffee, tea | prayer, service | rush hour, train | newspaper, paper | sickness

PREP. by ~, during the ~, in the ~, on Monday, etc. ~, towards ~ Towards morning the snow turned to rain.

PHRASES first thing in the morning I'll see to it first thing in the morning. | from morning till night, good morning He didn't even say ‘Good morning’. | morning, noon and night It's all she talks about, morning, noon and night (= all the time). | the rest of the morning