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Sunday Morning

noun
1.
a poem (1923) by Wallace Stevens.
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  • It was nearing the time of the High Celebration on a Sunday Morning in summer.

    A Lost Cause Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
  • It was a bright Sunday Morning of early summer, promising heat, but with a fresh breeze blowing.

    Dubliners James Joyce
  • The scene in vision occurred on a beautiful Sunday Morning of spring, eleven years before.

  • Anybody at eight oclock of a Sunday Morning in summer may behold the above scene from a bridge just outside the town.

  • For three days the impression of this Sunday Morning breakfast remained with Raisky.

    The Precipice Ivan Goncharov

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