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matinal

[′mat·ən·əl]
(meteorology)
The morning winds, that is, an east wind.
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And a Matutinal with the three days of Holy Week in the old style
It became the common staple of conversation, displacing even the matutinal commonplaces about the weather.
bar]harsa imagines a connection between the inarticulate matutinal chatter of these birds and homophonous morphemes in a Papini an sutra and wonders rather factitiously--if perhaps the two birds might be having a spirited morning discourse about grammar.
Lately they'd been having problems anyway--Vlad kept moving the table toward the darker corner of the room, while she wanted it by the window, as it had always been, we used to be solar and matutinal people, have you forgotten that?
hermosa / de matutinas luces coronada" (the beautiful wife of Tithonus-- an Amazon robed in a thousand lights to vanquish night, comely though bold, brave, if dewy-eyed--[with] a brow crowned with a matutinal glow), (14) gloriously arrives to overshadow the night.
The Prime Minister's idea of a holiday is to read a parliamentary bluebook while he is shaving and sing the swan-song of Free Trade in his matutinal bath-tub.
Saying "Good Day," then, represents the matutinal greeting of the taboo; the touch--which Freud has identified as its very core, physically, as well as figuratively speaking (27)--its menacing nocturnal grasp.
A wreath of violets lain where my brain used to be, Matutinal, Frantic.