Sunup in a sentence

The word "sunup" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of sunup and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Sunup

  • Sunrise.
  • the first light of day

How to use sunup in a sentence. Sunup pronunciation.

All day long the metal of our guns would blister our naked hands; we didn't get a drop of water from sunup till sundown; we was close on to the trail of the varmints, and we kept at it by moonlight till our horses gave out and we tumbled out among the rocks so used up that we could hardly stand.
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He had so often used the earth as a mattress and his saddle as a pillow, that sunup invariably roused him, and as a consequence he liked to tell people that he could do with less sleep than any man in Texas.
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Well, old pal, you and me has still got some mighty long miles to git over between now and sunup to-morrow.
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From sunup to sundown the Tony Trumbullses raced and laughed.
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They always start by sunup and get here before dinner.
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Yes mam, we wucked seben days a week, from sunup till sundown six days, an' from seben till three or four on a Sunday.
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We ain't had much time to do dat, case we wucked frum sunup till sundown six days a week.
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We wucked in de fie'ls from sunup ter sundown mos' o' de time, but we had a couple of hours at dinner time ter swim or lay on de banks uv de little crick an' sleep.
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You can be in the pines by sunup.
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But already, at Bucharest, we are three hours late, so we cannot possibly get in till well after sunup.
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But in the mornin', braw an' airly, an hour before sunup, a man came aboard wi' an order, written to him from England, to receive a box marked for one Count Dracula.
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Examples of Sunup

Example #1
Our lieutenant was a bright young chap from South Car'lina that had come out of West Point only that summer, but he was true blue and warn't afeared of anything.
Example #2
Well, you never knowed anything like it.
Example #3
That was, in fact, one of his pet complaints.
Example #4
While it cannot be said that Tom Parker had ever labored arduously at anything, nevertheless he had followed his calling faithfully, and the peculiar exigencies of that calling had made of him a light and fitful sleeper.
Example #5
Dexter here tossed his head, being cloyed with these embraces, and Two-Gun Benson caught a look in the desperate eyes of his pet which he did not wholly like.
Example #6
Then he curved an affectionate arm over the arched neck of Pinto, who sighed deeply.