Synonyms for Daybreak:

n.

high noon, the forenoon, lunchtime, drivetime. start. beginning of light hours (noun)
morn, dawning, first light, sunup, morning, aurora, dawn, break of day, sunrise, dayspring, cockcrow.
day (noun)
meridian, midday, sunup, noon, morning, forenoon, noontide, sunrise, morn, dawn.
daybreak (noun)
first light, dawn, dayspring, sunup, morning, aurora, cockcrow, break of day, sunrise, dawning, break of the day.
first light (noun)
break of day.

Other synonyms:

lunchtime, the forenoon. high noon.

Usage examples for daybreak

  1. The squire of the Grove took Sancho by the arm, saying to him, " Let us two go where we can talk in squire style as much as we please, and leave these gentlemen our masters to fight it out over the story of their loves; and, depend upon it, daybreak will find them at it without having made an end of it." – The History of Don Quixote, Volume II., Complete by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  2. Before daybreak if you wish, mademoiselle. – San-Cravate; or, The Messengers; Little Streams by Charles Paul de Kock
  3. The next morning at daybreak Mr Gale- whose watch it was at the time- roused me up, and sent me to tell the captain that there was a strange sail on the starboard- bow, which seemed inclined to cross our fore- foot. – Old Jack by W.H.G. Kingston