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1(with masculine article in the singular) alba feminine literaryamanecer masculineat daybreak — al alba literary
- At daybreak on a chilly mid-October morning, Phipps' imposing fleet arrived in the harbour.
- It came as a joyous daybreak to end the long night of captivity.
- Having survived the night, we woke to a daybreak as magical as any I can recall.
- At daybreak my socks and boots were frozen solid, but the valley warmed fast when the sun topped the snowcapped peaks.
- By daybreak, rucksacks are white with frost inside the tents.
- At daybreak, her father went out looking for his daughter and at 10 am reported her missing.
- At daybreak Billy Buck emerged from the bunkhouse and stood for a moment in the porch looking up at the sky.
- Every morning at daybreak we would hear hauntingly long-drawn fluid birdcalls.
- Three hairdressers appeared at daybreak in order to ready my hair for the wedding.
- At daybreak, Doune woke with a startled jolt of fear, looking around and telling himself it was only a dream.
- At daybreak, as he awakened again and struggled to sit up, a crowd of peasants gathered around him.
- At daybreak, Tamora woke Cleo and took her to wash in the river.
- The show began officially on Thursday morning before daybreak.
- The event ends when it ends, sometime during the night, and by daybreak it's done for another year.
- Many visitors, he said, preferred to see the ancient stone circles at daybreak or at sunset.
- Evenings are cool, and it's misty at daybreak, but by midday the sun can still be punishingly hot.
- Low tide would be at three twenty-one the following morning; an hour after daybreak and two hours before dawn.
- I had to ride out in the morning, so I planned to get up at daybreak.
- At daybreak families emerge from their walled houses with cups and toothbrushes.
- We fought all through the night until daybreak, where only three warriors remained standing.