Spelling list: Times of the day

Learn to spell times of the day.

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afternoon I'll meet you on Tuesday afternoon.
daytime Even in the daytime the house looked sinister. *
dusk Active at dawn and dusk. *
evening The evening sun cast a long shadow.
midnight The carriages arrived at midnight. *
morning It was a spring morning and the air was cool.
night I heard a very weird noise in the night.
nighttime Is it nighttime already?
noon A buffet lunch will be served at noon.
sunrise What a lovely sunrise this morning. *
sunset Twilight is the time of day just after sunset.

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