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Daytime

Antonyms of DAYTIME

Examples of usage:

  1. In the daytime one's attention is probably divided between the sound and the motion of rocks which fall; or it may be concentrated on other matters. "The Ascent of the Matterhorn" by Edward Whymper
  2. No, Sir, we are not going to try for one of those hens in the daytime unless we are starving. "Old Granny Fox" by Thornton W. Burgess
  3. As previously explained, in the daytime the Allied submarine remained under the water, its periscope exposed for a short time every fifteen minutes or so, sweeping the sea for a distance of many miles. "The Victory At Sea" by William Sowden Sims Burton J. Hendrick
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