morning

noun
ADJECTIVE
this, tomorrow, yesterday
following, next
previous
Friday, Saturday, etc.
weekday, weekend
early, late

The side of the mountain appeared pink in the early morning light.

April, May, etc.
spring, summer, etc.
beautiful, bright, clear, fine, glorious, lovely, sunny, warm
chilly, cold, cool, crisp, dreary, foggy, frosty, grey/gray, misty, rainy, snowy
fateful

After that fateful morning, my life changed.

lazy

We had a lazy morning at home.

peaceful, quiet
busy
typical

On a typical morning, I'll have cereal for breakfast.

VERB + MORNING
spend

I spent the morning doing some sightseeing.

MORNING + VERB
arrive, come, dawn

The morning dawned bright and sunny.

pass, progress, wear on

As the morning wore on she became more and more tired.

bring sth

The morning brought blue sky and golden clouds.

MORNING + NOUN
coffee, tea
meal (esp. AmE)
prayer, service, worship
hours
rush, rush hour
flight, traffic, train
commute, drive, ride
jog, swim, walk, workout
chores (esp. AmE)
ritual, routine
shift
bath, shower

I took my usual morning shower and brushed my teeth.

news, newspaper, paper
briefing, meeting
programme/program, show, television (all esp. AmE)

He was a presenter on a morning talk show.

call
class, session
air, breeze, dew, light, mist, sky, sun, sunlight, sunshine
sickness
person

I'm not a morning person (= I don't like mornings).

PREPOSITION
by morning
during the morning, in the morning
on Monday, etc. morning, on the morning of sth

We got the news on the morning of the wedding.

towards/toward morning

Towards/Toward morning the snow turned to rain.

PHRASES
first thing in the morning

I'll see to it first thing in the morning.

from morning till night, morning, noon and night

It's all she talks about, morning, noon and night (= all the time).

good morning

He didn't even say ‘Good morning’.

the rest of the morning

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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