Definition of False dawn

1. Noun. A thin ambient light which precedes true dawn, typically by around an hour, in certain parts of the world. ¹

2. Noun. Something engendering premature hope; a promising sign which in fact leads to nothing. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of False Dawn

false buckthorn
false bugbane
false calyx
false cast
false chamomile
false chanterelle
false chanterelles
false cognate
false cognates
false colour
false consciousness
false consciousnesses
false coxa vara
false cyst
false dawn (current term)
false deathcap
false dextrocardia
false dichotomy
false dilemma
false diphtheria
false diverticulum
false dogwood
false dominance
false dragon head
false dragonhead
false easting
false economy
false etymology
false face

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