morning in a sentence

morning meaning:

a.) Pertaining to the first part or early part of the day; being in the early part of the day;

morning sentence:

I got up late this morning.

It was a nice sunny morning.

She has a bath every morning.

He walks his dog every morning.

I wake him at six every morning.

My father goes jogging every morning.

I dislike jogging early in the morning.

I spent all morning doing the housework.

He drinks a glass of water every morning.

He was caught in a traffic jam this morning.

Not until this morning did I learn the truth.

He received a good many letters this morning.

I studied in the morning during the summer vacation.

Let’s meet at the station at eight tomorrow morning.

The man was found dead in his bedroom in the morning.

He works out every morning with his personal trainer.

The congressman delivers his speech tomorrow morning.

May I come to see you at your office tomorrow morning?

The grass was covered with frost in the early morning.

The volcano unexpectedly blew up early in the morning.

She spent the morning matching up orders with invoices.

Every morning she gets up early because she has to cook.

I heard an interesting snippet on the radio this morning.

They anchored their ship in the river in a foggy morning.

I missed the train this morning because I overslept again.

We must get the work finished somehow by tomorrow morning.

The storm raged all night but by morning it had blown over.

We were surprised when we saw him in the office this morning.

My grandfather is fond of taking a walk early in the morning.

What will the departure time of the sea plane tomorrow morning?

We spent the whole morning laying out pictures for the magazine.

She makes a mouth in a mirror before she goes out every morning.

My father was late for work this morning because of a traffic jam.

She was pounding away on her typewriter until four in the morning.

I was reading a gloomy economic prognosis in the paper this morning.

Studying one hour in the morning is as good as three hours at night.

They left the camp early in the morning, arriving in the town before noon.

I was woken up at some unearthly hour of the morning by someone knocking on my door.

When I get up tomorrow morning, the sun will be shining and the birds will be singing.

We searched all morning for the missing papers and finally discovered them in a drawer.

My grandfather does moderate exercise every morning, which is why he is strong and healthy.

She pushed open the glass door, muttered good morning, and took her place in the queue.

I was typing away into the early hours of the morning just to get the thing finished.

If you expect to finish the work this morning you had better dig in and get started.

Leave home early in the morning, and you will get to your destination before dark.

She left home early in the morning for fear that she would miss the first train.

The teacher read out the result of our chemistry examination yesterday morning.

The first session of the trade negotiations is at ten o’clock tomorrow morning.

If you keep early hours, you may always be fresh as a daisy in the morning.

Every morning she helps her mother to prepare breakfast in the kitchen.