the dawning of the space age.
the first appearance of daylight in the morning:
Dawn broke over the valley.
the beginning or rise of anything; advent:
the dawn of civilization.
verb (used without object)
to begin to grow light in the morning:
The day dawned with a cloudless sky.
to begin to open or develop.
to begin to be perceived (usually followed by on):
The idea dawned on him.
daybreak; sunrise related adjective auroral
the sky when light first appears in the morning
the beginning of something
to begin to grow light after the night
to begin to develop, appear, or expand
usually foll by on or upon. to begin to become apparent (to)
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verb (used with object), dazed, dazing. 1. to stun or stupefy with a blow, shock, etc.: He was dazed by a blow on the head. 2. to overwhelm; dazzle: The splendor of the palace dazed her. noun 3. a dazed condition; state of bemusement: After meeting the author, I was in a daze for a […]
verb (used with object), dazzled, dazzling. 1. to overpower or dim the vision of by intense light: He was dazzled by the sudden sunlight. 2. to impress deeply; astonish with delight: The glorious palace dazzled him. verb (used without object), dazzled, dazzling. 3. to shine or reflect brilliantly: gems dazzling in the sunlight. 4. to […]
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adjective 1. no longer alive but animated by a supernatural force, as a vampire or zombie. noun 2. (used with a plural verb) undead beings collectively (usually preceded by the). adjective 1. (of a fictional being, such as a vampire) technically dead but reanimated (as collective noun; preceded by the): the undead