Morn sentence example

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  • He wasn't pleased with you for missing his farewell this morn.
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  • At early morn I went away With cheerful heart to work the day.
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  • Arrange for me to accompany the scouts on the morn.
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  • Her eyes reflect the sky blue of a clear and bright spring morn ' .
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  • This morn, when we'd given up, the demon told us of the perfect host.
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  • Giants refreshed in joy's great rising morn ' Come and swell the song, Silent now so long: England is risen!
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  • There's something distinctly magical about a garden on a cold frosty morn.
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  • After giving them milk and keeping them warm she sent them to sleep all snug and warm until the next morn.
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  • We played at 1am on sat morn in Sweden and then at 9pm in Farnbrough, the same day.
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  • A party had arrived that morn (led by these three pipers) To dedicate a Tablet in - Cathedral of " Wipers " .
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  • I ' th ' morn thor wor five hundred o ' me men ti be buried, eftor sic a neet.
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  • You may buy my silence about your blood secret this morn or...
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  • This Duik o Norroway wes hir verra ain prince, an he wes gaun ti mairrie this lauchin leddie the morn at daw.
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  • So go in alone (thanks M) & pay £ 141 & cycle back with 2. Sat 8th Lovely bright still frosty morn.
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  • In Ireland, on a summer's morn, I saw a tiny leprechaun.
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  • On Hearing the Cuckoo Sing I heard the cuckoo singing One early summer morn.
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  • Marginal note says " Refused £ 125 till tomorrow morn.
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  • An enjoyable winter's morn topped off in time-honoured fashion with a few pints in the clubhouse.
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  • Rule 286 - When Morn leaves, it's all over.
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  • Marshal Marmont, writing in 1839, mentions the capacity of the Egyptians for endurance; and it was tested In 1883, especially in the 2nd Brigade, since its officers (Turks and Egyptians), anxious to excel as drill-masters, worked their men not only from morn till eve, but also by lamplight in the corridors of the barracks.
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