Morning in a sentence as a noun

I can call the old boss back tomorrow morning.

It's a shame he took so long to post it; it should have been the first SendGrid comment this morning.

Every morning in the shower, I utter the words "I am so ******* tired.

I was in an Uber this morning headed to Charles de Gaulle airport and got to see this all first hand.

They had teams of secretaries who printed off their email and read them a digest each morning.

Some folks started getting into the habit of running it every morning and swore by it.

If I wake up in the morning and have control I can think "today I'm going to make my company so ******* awesome, yeah!

Ogaki has neither Internet cafes nor taxis available at 3 AM in the morning.

This morning my mother was complaining that many of the email addresses in her Droid Razr contacts had been replaced with Facebook ones.

"Trying to say something that actually gets to the merit of the bill is a waste of time on a Sunday morning talk show... it's just too complicated an issue.

This kind of Monday morning quarterbacking is unfortunately usually done by people who've never shipped a drug or device in their lives, like most politicians, journalists, or federal regulators.

Use this to your advantage two ways: let these people share and collaborate, even if informally For the repairmen, this was a morning coffee break turned out to be a hugely valuable cross-training and troubleshooting feature.

Not so much any more, I should quit it!- I'm past hammers - electric drill with screws can do 90% of it does and for the 10% it does not I should really re-assess whether I'm doing the right thing in the first place.- I tried to make a cereal with a hammer this morning, but it did not work!

Morning definitions


the time period between dawn and noon; "I spent the morning running errands"

See also: morn forenoon


a conventional expression of greeting or farewell


the first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning"


the earliest period; "the dawn of civilization"; "the morning of the world"

See also: dawn