- dawn; daybreak.
Origin of dayspring
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Examples from the Web for dayspring
Dayspring neglects to mention that seems to made in the context of a consensual adult relationship.The GOP's War On Wyclef
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They were as open in their little flirtations as the dayspring from on high.The Good Soldier
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The Insurance Company had paid £2000 on the first Dayspring.
Those on board the Dayspring were amazed to see how his people loved him.
The dayspring brings not joy to me, The moon it whispers not of peace; But oh!The Poetical Works of Henry Kirke White
Henry Kirke White
"We had counted on you taking hold again at the Dayspring," he said.A Damaged Reputation
- a poetic word for dawn
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