daytime

Part of speech: noun

The time between sunrise and sunset.

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Usage examples "daytime":

  1. But he soon found that he was not safe in the air in daytime. - "Mother West Wind 'Why' Stories", Thornton W. Burgess.
  2. Kleonymus urged him to make an assault immediately on the evening of his arrival, but Pyrrhus is said to have refused to do so, for fear that his soldiers might sack and destroy the city if they took it at night, while they might easily take it in the daytime. - "Plutarch's Lives, Volume II", Aubrey Stewart & George Long.
  3. It's just as interesting in the daytime too. - "Homeburg Memories", George Helgesen Fitch.