dayspring neglects to mention that seems to made in the context of a consensual adult relationship.
He causeth the dayspring to know its place, and setteth a bound to darkness and the shadow of death.
They were as open in their little flirtations as the dayspring from on high.
He and his people had been promised a passage home in the dayspring, with their canoes in tow.
He had been three months at the dayspring, and had heard nothing from Barbara.
Those on board the dayspring were amazed to see how his people loved him.
"We had counted on you taking hold again at the dayspring," he said.
The scene of woe was gone, and the dayspring of hope had risen for the two girls.
This was dayspring, indeed, to a lad in such great darkness.
I replied, "So am I, dear children, and we have no more white food till the dayspring comes."
(Job 38:12; Luke 1:78), the dawn of the morning; daybreak. (Comp. Isa. 60:1, 2; Mal. 4:2; Rev. 22:16.)