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Synonyms for dawn
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Wiktionary3.7 / 3 votes

  1. dawnnoun

    Synonyms:
    beginning, sunup, daybreak, sunrise, start, onset

    Antonyms:
    dusk

  2. dawnnoun

    The morning twilight period immediately before sunrise.

    Before a new day dawns.

    Synonyms:
    onset, sunrise, start, beginning, sunup, daybreak

    Antonyms:
    dusk

  3. dawnnoun

    To start to appear or be realized.

    I don’t want to be there when the truth dawns.

    Synonyms:
    beginning, sunup, start, daybreak, sunrise, onset

    Antonyms:
    dusk

  4. dawnnoun

    The time when the sun rises.

    She rose before dawn to meet the train.

    Synonyms:
    sunup, daybreak, start, onset, sunrise, beginning

    Antonyms:
    dusk

  5. dawnnoun

    The beginning.

    The dawn of civilisation.

    Synonyms:
    sunrise, onset, start, beginning, sunup, daybreak

    Antonyms:
    dusk

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms0.0 / 0 votes

  1. dawn

    Synonyms:
    gleam, begin, appear, rise, open, break

    Antonyms:
    wane, set, sink, close, depart

Princeton's WordNet0.0 / 0 votes

  1. dawn, dawning, morning, aurora, first light, daybreak, break of day, break of the day, dayspring, sunrise, sunup, cockcrownoun

    the first light of day

    "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning"

    Synonyms:
    break of day, dayspring, good morning, break of the day, aurora, morn, sunup, first light, morning, morning time, forenoon, daybreak, sunrise, dawning, cockcrow

  2. dawn, morningnoun

    the earliest period

    "the dawn of civilization"; "the morning of the world"

    Synonyms:
    break of day, dayspring, good morning, break of the day, aurora, morn, sunup, first light, morning, morning time, forenoon, daybreak, sunrise, dawning, cockcrow

  3. dawnverb

    an opening time period

    "it was the dawn of the Roman Empire"

    Synonyms:
    break of day, dayspring, break of the day, aurora, sunup, first light, morning, daybreak, sunrise, dawning, cockcrow

  4. click, get through, dawn, come home, get across, sink in, penetrate, fall into placeverb

    become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions

    "It dawned on him that she had betrayed him"; "she was penetrated with sorrow"

    Synonyms:
    pass over, put over, get over, flick, wrap up, come through, percolate, contact, pervade, cut across, infiltrate, bottom, snap, finish up, tick, reach, interpenetrate, permeate, get hold of, finish off, polish off, penetrate, cut through, mop up, fall into place, cluck, filter, come home, while away, perforate, traverse, click, diffuse, sink in, clear up, cover, cross, riddle, get across, fathom, chatter, imbue, get through, track, clack

  5. dawnverb

    appear or develop

    "The age of computers had dawned"

    Synonyms:
    sink in, get through, penetrate, get across, fall into place, click, come home

  6. dawnverb

    become light

    "It started to dawn, and we had to get up"

    Synonyms:
    sink in, get through, penetrate, get across, fall into place, click, come home

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Dictionary of English Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes

  1. dawnverb

    Synonyms:
    break, begin to be light, grow light

  2. dawnverb

    Synonyms:
    appear, open, begin to appear

  3. dawnnoun

    Synonyms:
    cockcrowing, DAYBREAK, dayspring, dawning, break of day

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words0.0 / 0 votes

  1. dawnnoun

    Synonyms:
    daybreak, aurora, dayspring, sunrise

Concise Medical Dictionary, by Joseph C Segen, MD0.0 / 0 votes

  1. DAWN

    Synonyms:
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How to use dawn in a sentence?

  1. Omar Matooq:

    Two pilots of the Dawn jet downed this morning have been found, one of them was found dead after suffering burns. The other pilot is alive and has been arrested.

  2. Taher Mehsin:

    You used to hear women singing as they pushed their boats through the marshes at dawn, now, some of the men won't let their women out of the house.

  3. Mohammed Marem:

    In light of the events and developments that have happened since dawn, he has decided to attend the summit and participate in person.

  4. Walt Whitman:

    This day before dawn I ascended a hill and looked at the crowded heaven.

  5. Marcus Samuelsson:

    Dawn Davis wasn't just a regular customer, dawn Davis was like,' Why are you doing this ? What's in the food here ?' Dawn Davis had questions around the food.


Translations for dawn

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  • sonopAfrikaans
  • فجر, الفجرArabic
  • разсъмване, съмва се, появявам се, зазорява се, зори, зора, изгрявамBulgarian
  • néixer, albada, aurora, albors, clarejar, albaCatalan, Valencian
  • zora, úsvit, východ, svítáníCzech
  • gwawrio, sylweddoli, gwawrWelsh
  • daggry, solopgangDanish
  • Dämmerung, Morgendämmerung, Tagesanbruch, MorgengrauenGerman
  • fɔŋliEwe
  • χαράζω, αυγή, ανατολή, ξημερώνωGreek
  • tagiĝoEsperanto
  • amanecer, aurora, alba, madrugadaSpanish
  • سپیده دمPersian
  • aamunkoitto, aamuhämärä, valjeta, auringonnousu, paljastua, sarastaaFinnish
  • aube, se lever, aurore, lever du soleil, naîtreFrench
  • breacadh an laeIrish
  • briseadh-latha, èirigh na grèine, beul an latha, mochthrathScottish Gaelic
  • שחרHebrew
  • भौर, उषा, प्रभात, भोरHindi
  • hajnal, virradat, virrad, dereng, pirkadat, hajnalodikHungarian
  • այգ, լուսաբաց, այգաբաց, արշալույսArmenian
  • FajarIndonesian
  • birta af degi, dögun, sólris, afturelding, dagrenning, sólarupprás, morgunsár, daga, sólaruppkomaIcelandic
  • schiudersi, albori, aurora, alba, spuntareItalian
  • שַׁחַרHebrew
  • 夜明け, 曙, あかつきJapanese
  • განთიადი, გარიჟრაჟი, აისიGeorgian
  • ಮುಂಜಾನೆKannada
  • 새벽, 해돋이, 밝혀지다, 밝다Korean
  • شه‌به‌ق, به‌ره‌به‌یان, ده‌رکه‌وتن, شه‌به‌قدانKurdish
  • initium, dilucesco, aurora, luciscere, lucescoLatin
  • изгрев, се разденува, зора, се разјаснува, мугра, зазорува, изгрејсонцеMacedonian
  • subuhMalay
  • tbexbix, żerniqMaltese
  • dageraad, zonsopgang, rijzen, dagen, opgang, ochtendschemeringDutch
  • soloppgang, daggryNorwegian
  • hayííłką́Navajo, Navaho
  • ӕхси́дOssetian, Ossetic
  • świtać, brzask, zaranie, świtPolish
  • aurora, alvorada, aparecer, alvorecer, nascer, amanhecer, começoPortuguese
  • paqariy, paqar, achikyayQuechua
  • alvaRomansh
  • auroră, răsărit, alba, zori, zori de ziRomanian
  • восход солнца, осенять, рассвет, рассветать, заря, восход, озарять, наступатьRussian
  • òsvit, zora, svanúće, zasvanuti, sinuće, nastupiti, svȉtānje, svanuti, rasvet, зора, usvanuti, rasvetliti, prȁskozōrje, razdan, svitak, праскозорје, osanjiti, sinutiSerbo-Croatian
  • zora, razkriti, danitiSlovene
  • agimiAlbanian
  • gryning, soluppgång, dagas, gå upp för, grySwedish
  • விடியல்Tamil
  • తెల్లారుTelugu
  • รุ่งอรุณThai
  • şafak, Şafak vaktiTurkish
  • зоря, світанокUkrainian
  • ڈان کیUrdu
  • rạng đông, buổi sớm tinh mơ, bình minhVietnamese
  • gödalulitVolapük
  • פֿאַרטאָג, פאַרטאָגYiddish
  • 黎明Chinese

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