morning vs mourning

morning mourning


  • 1) The part of the day from dawn to midday.
  • 2) The part of the day after midnight and before midday: one o'clock in the morning = 0100 or 1 a.m.
  • 3) The dawn.
  • 4) The first or early part of the day, lasting from midnight to noon or from sunrise to noon.
  • 5) The first or early part; the beginning.
  • 6) Poetic The goddess Aurora.
  • 7) The first or early part of the day, variously understood as the earliest hours of light, the time near sunrise; the time from midnight to noon, from rising to noon, etc.
  • 8) The first or early part.
  • 9) the earliest period
  • 10) a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
  • 11) the time period between dawn and noon
  • 12) Figuratively, the first or early part.
  • 13) A morning dram or draught.
  • 14) A slight repast taken at rising, some time before what is called breakfast.
  • 15) The first part of the day, strictly from midnight to noon.
  • 16) Pertaining to the first part or early part of the day; being in the early part of the day
  • 17) (Naut.) the watch between four a. m. and eight a. m..
  • 18) a gun fired at the first stroke of reveille at military posts.
  • 19) a gown worn in the morning before one is dressed for the day.
  • 20) (Med.) nausea and vomiting, usually occurring in the morning; -- a common sign of pregnancy.
  • 21) A weapon consisting of a heavy ball set with spikes, either attached to a staff or suspended from one by a chain.


  • 1) The traditional clothes worn by those who mourn (in Western societies, typically coloured black).
  • 2) The act of expressing or feeling sorrow or regret; lamentation.
  • 3) Feeling or expressing sorrow over someone's death.
  • 4) The actions or expressions of one who has suffered a bereavement.
  • 5) The period during which a death is mourned.
  • 6) Conventional outward signs of grief for the dead, such as a black armband or black clothes.
  • 7) See under Deep.
  • 8) The act of sorrowing or expressing grief; lamentation; sorrow.
  • 9) Garb, drapery, or emblems indicative of grief, esp. clothing or a badge of somber black.
  • 10) the passionate and demonstrative activity of expressing grief
  • 11) state of sorrow over the death or departure of a loved one
  • 12) The act of lamenting or expressing grief; lamentation; sorrow.
  • 13) The outward tokens or signs of sorrow for the dead, such as the draping of buildings in giving expression to public sorrow, the wearing of garments of a particular color, the use of black-bordered handkerchiefs, black-edged writing-paper and visiting-cards, etc.
  • 14) See mourn.
  • 15) (Bot.) a garden flower (Scabiosa atropurpurea) with dark purple or crimson flowers in flattened heads.
  • 16) (Zoöl.) an American ground warbler (Geothlypis Philadelphia). The male has the head, neck, and chest, deep ash-gray, mixed with black on the throat and chest; other lower parts are pure yellow.
  • 17) Grieving; sorrowing; lamenting.
  • 18) (Zoöl.) a wild dove (Zenaidura macroura) found throughout the United States; -- so named from its plaintive note. Called also Carolina dove. See Illust. under Dove.
  • 19) Employed to express sorrow or grief; worn or used as appropriate to the condition of one bereaved or sorrowing
  • 20) Present participle of mourn.


  • 1) Simply splash some on to skin after cleansing morning and night.
  • 2) But the proof of its big selling point would come the morning after.
  • 3) The next morning there was a tense and emotional cabinet meeting.
  • 4) Our management got an email at one in the morning on the day it came out, to clear it.
  • 5) Sleep and lounging around in bed in the morning are not part of work: they are an escape from it.
  • 6) I'll sleep with the top half of my body fully clothed to save us time in the morning.
  • 7) We discovered the next morning that 130 people had died and 414 were hospitalised.
  • 8) A keen rugby player, he vanished just after midnight on Friday morning after being kicked out of a nightclub.
  • 9) An accompanying photograph showed a fireball rising over the city in early morning light.
  • 10) The smell of popcorn wakes up people in the morning for some reason!
  • 11) One day from morning till night they had been passing through a forest.
  • 12) We are moving up tonight into the trenches from which we are going to attack tomorrow morning.
  • 13) We received news this morning that part of that mountain face collapsed during the earthquake.
  • 14) By which time the morning has indeed gone.
  • 15) This took most of the first morning and only then were they ready to move on.
  • 16) By yesterday morning people were staggering around getting ready to go home.
  • 17) He worked hard from morning till night and did not know what joy was.
  • 18) That was in the early morning.
  • 19) Take an apartment and eat out morning, noon and night.
  • 20) After the success of the morning, the afternoon singles just went horribly wrong.
  • 21) Until the unthinkable happened on race day morning, that is.
  • 22) Prepare to spot him running round the City on his morning jog.
  • 23) The morning after, she got a call.
  • 24) She is in my thoughts morning, noon and night.
  • 25) Now it has dropped, but 60 or more arrived in the first two hours on the morning of my visit.
  • 26) When seen in the morning it is called the Fetu ao, or _morning star_, and is said to have
  • 27) Beautiful morning, my lord — ’morning, Mr. Cobling — I see you’ve made each other’s acquaintance already.”
  • 28) Every sweet summer morning Alice would jump out of bed, and her mother would throw the window open, letting in the delicious perfume from the strawberry bed next door, and the joyous _morning hymns_ of the little birds, and then, if Lillie had come all at once, 'midst the songs of the birds, a small clear musical voice would be heard, singing (for she made a little song of it) -- "Al -- _lie_!
  • 29) You might also keep this in mind: One researcher has said that the term morning sickness should really be changed to wellness insurance; pregnancy nausea may be linked to better birth weights for babies.
  • 30) The word morning becomes his mantra; that one word helps crowd out the more desperate, flickering thoughts of how easy it would be to just close his eyes and let go.
  • 31) Saying that, you do stand a better chance of landing a lunker bass in “mid-day” hours but fishing in the morning is almost certain to be action packed …
  • 32) The only negative to report this morning is they only showed the trailer once to a crowd that showed up an hour early.
  • 33) For many people the morning is the most productive time.
  • 34) ‘You will work from seven in the morning till seven at night and have one and a half free days per month.’
  • 35) ‘He spent three days working from seven in the morning until eleven at night on his masterpiece.’
  • 36) ‘If there's something in the morning paper about a case, I cut it out and put it in a file.’
  • 37) ‘No trams were running at the time, but it caused chaos in the morning rush hour.’
  • 38) ‘Nowadays it's football from the time you wake up in the morning until you to go bed at night.’
  • 39) ‘We went to school across the fields in the morning and helped out on the farm in the evenings.’
  • 40) ‘Many people are too busy in the morning to eat breakfast or just do not feel hungry.’
  • 41) ‘Their mother worked the night shift at the local hospital and did not get home until eight in the morning.’
  • 42) ‘Jane had help looking after Stephen for a couple of hours in the morning and evening.’
  • 43) ‘She wakes up early in the morning and works on her wood sculptures until about noon.’
  • 44) ‘Men drive more than women and they are on the road earlier in the morning and later at night.’
  • 45) ‘He can be seen early in the morning and late at night making sure all is in order.’
  • 46) ‘We were supposed to leave very early in the morning since we had a very busy day ahead of us.’
  • 47) ‘In a city like Glasgow, when people wake up in the morning the first thing they do is open the paper.’
  • 48) ‘Even so, John still starts work at three o'clock in the morning seven days a week.’
  • 49) ‘The hostel had the usual practice of opening doors at seven in the morning and locking them at ten at night.’
  • 50) ‘Try to keep your cats indoors early in the morning and at dusk, when birds are most active.’
  • 51) ‘The two and a half hours of language lessons in the morning are not a pleasant ordeal for me.’
  • 52) ‘It is not unknown for it to take me two and a half hours to get to work in the morning.’
  • 53) ‘Now, if it doesn't work in the morning, we don't bother trying again until after lunch.’
  • 54) ‘For two miles the water stretched north, a flat sheet of grey in the morning sun.’
  • 55) ‘For a while, the birds kept both of us happy, sitting in the morning sun, blue sky overhead.’
  • 56) ‘Wednesday morning dawned bright, clear, and cold - typical end of October weather.’
  • 57) ‘I walked out to the balcony and looked out into the morning sun light.’
  • 58) ‘The morning sun beats through the windows on Laura's face as she writes.’
  • 59) ‘I knew I had to be mentally tough, so I just started telling myself morning was coming’


  • 1) The official mourning had ended.
  • 2) ‘The university closed for three days as of Friday and flags are flying at half-mast in mourning of the rector's death.’
  • 3) ‘The best thing anyone in mourning can do is live and hope.’
  • 4) ‘The view that the whole nation was in mourning was well wide of the mark.’
  • 5) ‘By the anniversary of a person's death, mourning is complete.’
  • 6) ‘As the Orthodox 40-day period of mourning to mark the death of more than 350 people in the siege came to an end, she found herself blamed by many locals for the tragedy.’
  • 7) ‘Instead it seems to concern a young man in mourning who lives in the town of Solebury, Pennsylvania.’
  • 8) ‘Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva declared seven days of official national mourning for the death of Pope John Paul II.’
  • 9) ‘There will be no more struggle with sin, no more suffering or sorrow, no more pain or loss, no more death or mourning.’
  • 10) ‘The film traces her mourning following the deaths of her husband and daughter and her subsequent attempts to rebuild her life.’
  • 11) ‘Please know that I bear no malice towards you and that I am still in a state of shock and mourning over my sister's death and will continue to be so for a long time.’
  • 12) ‘Widowed at an early age, she ruled alone without her adored Albert and made the era redolent with the ritual of death and mourning.’
  • 13) ‘It was a semi-official day of mourning because of the death of Queen Mother Juliana.’
  • 14) ‘Dawning the simple black dress she had lain out to demonstrate her mourning for the death of some of her men, she proceeded to make her way towards the dining hall.’
  • 15) ‘To this day I cannot forget the deep and sincere sorrow and mourning that engulfed Pakistan.’
  • 16) ‘Never before had I a day of mourning that was so personal and so universal.’
  • 17) ‘It is a book centered around the Victorian notions of death and the rituals of mourning and the idea and function of the cemetery.’
  • 18) ‘There are so many different kinds of mourning; so many ways to accept or deny a death.’
  • 19) ‘So it's like a celebration of life more than the mourning of somebody's death.’
  • 20) ‘There should be a day of national mourning when we grieve for the waste of life.’
  • 21) ‘And think of his parents and family and their pain and mourning when they finally discovered what happened to their missing son.’
  • 22) ‘Some protesters wore black arm bands as a sign of mourning.’
  • 23) ‘Wives wear mourning for the relatives of their husbands precisely as they would for their own, as would husbands for the relatives of their wives.’
  • 24) ‘Children under fifteen are not expected to wear mourning, nor should any girl under seventeen wear crape.’
  • 25) ‘Indeed, many people do not put on mourning at all, save for very near relatives.’

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