[ US /ˈdeɪˌtaɪm/ ]
[ UK /dˈe‍ɪta‍ɪm/ ]
NOUN
  1. the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside
    it is easier to make the repairs in the daytime
    the dawn turned night into day
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How To Use daytime In A Sentence

  • The tranquility of Birch's daytime views hardly characterized the disputative climate surrounding the building, then and later.
  • This would help expand Moby's loyalties and prevent him from becoming too dependent on his main daytime companion.
  • These days, she works as a daytime television presenter, gameshow host and author.
  • While in the daytime it looked just kept enough to be scruffy, the thick cool of the night hid its dinginess and transformed it into something almost beautiful.
  • During the daytime, the snowcover reflects a significant portion of incoming radiational energy skyward or spaceward. USHCN Minimum Temperature Trends « Climate Audit
  • Please give your name, address and daytime phone number.
  • In the TK 105 turret, for daytime operations, the commander is provided with wide field episcopes and a 360° panoramic M389 sight with x 2 and x 8 magnifications.
  • She appeared on daytime TV in a forlorn attempt to persuade the public of her innocence.
  • Please supply us with a daytime telephone number, the town or city you live in and as much detail about your car as you can. Times, Sunday Times
  • The scene in the basement is a flower-power nightmare version of the daytime variety shows on Japanese television. Let’s Die Together
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