mornings


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mornings

(ˈmɔːnɪŋz)
adv
informal in the morning, esp regularly, or during every morning

morn•ings

(ˈmɔr nɪŋz)

adv.
in the morning regularly.
[1610–20]
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I repeated this on subsequent mornings, of course, taking another cocktail just before I ate at twelve- thirty.
A few mornings after this talk a new man came on the stand with Sam's cab.
But it was morning and, yes, it was a cherry-tree in full bloom outside of her window.
The maid brought her a delicious printed scrawl from Raoul, expressing his love, asking her to send him some bonbons, and telling her they had found that morning ten tiny white pigs all lying in a row beside Lidie's big white pig.
HOW GEORGE, ONCE UPON A TIME, GOT UP EARLY IN THE MORNING.
To-day," Hamel declared, as he stood at the sideboard the following morning at breakfast-time and helped himself to bacon and eggs, "I am positively going to begin reading.
Granet sauntered in to breakfast a few minutes late on the following morning.
In the morning, however, after this night, Zarathustra jumped up from his couch, and, having girded his loins, he came out of his cave glowing and strong, like a morning sun coming out of gloomy mountains.
One beautiful spring morning the King was walking through his gardens with these three sons, gazing with admiration at the various fruit-trees, some of which were a mass of blossom, whilst others were bowed to the ground laden with rich fruit.
Morning to ye, shipmates, morning; the ineffable heavens bless ye; I'm sorry I stopped ye.
Jennings, when they met at breakfast the following morning, "Sir John will not like leaving Barton next week;
It was delightful to me at all times and seasons, but especially in the wild commotion of a rough sea-breeze, and in the brilliant freshness of a summer morning.