Sentences for Dawn, Sentences with Dawn Meaning and Synonym Words

Sentences for Dawn, Sentences with Dawn Meaning and Synonym Words



  • The first appearance of light in the sky before sunrise.(noun)
  • The beginning of a phenomenon or period of time, especially one considered favorable.(noun)
  • (of a day) begin.(intransitive verb)

daybreak, break of day, crack of dawn, sunrise, first light, daylight, first thing in the morning, early morning, cockcrow, beginning, start, birth, inception, conception, origination, genesis, emergence, advent, coming, appearance, debut, arrival, dawning, rise, starting point, origin, launch, institution, inauguration, opening, initiation, onset, outset, unfolding, development, infancy, begin, open, break, arrive, emerge, grow light, lighten, brighten, occur to, come to, come to mind, spring to mind, enter someone’s head, enter someone’s mind, come into someone’s head, come into someone’s mind, strike, hit, register with, enter someone’s consciousness, flash across someone’s mind, pass through someone’s mind, cross someone’s mind, suggest itself,

Example Sentences with dawn
  • The enemy’s attack ceased at dawn.
  • The enemy attack ceased at dawn.
  • My son woke up at the crack of dawn.
  • For my part, I prefer my heart to be broken. It is so lovely, dawn-kaleidoscopic within the crack.
  • The darkest hour is that before the dawn.
  • James was up before dawn.
  • Rise, red as the dawn. (Victoria Aveyard)
  • Morning without you is a dwindled dawn. (Emily Dickinson)
  • Be reverent before the dawning day. Do not think of what will be in a year, or in ten years. Think of to-day. (Romain Rolland)
  • Samuel works from dawn to dusk.
  • He woke before dawn and watched the gray day break. Slow and half opaque.
  • For the mind disturbed, the still beauty of dawn is nature’s finest balm.