As we emerge from hiding – some inch by inch, some with rocket boosters – many are thinking about how they might live their lives differently moving forward. As Nina Simone, then Michael Bublé sang: ‘It’s a new dawn, It’s a new day, It’s a new life for me…’
What are some lesser used words that signify this idea of fresh, new beginnings?
From the beginning.
Rooted in a Latin phrase meaning ‘from the egg’. From the very start.
The glowing red of the sky when the sun is coming up or going down behind the mountains.
Daybreak or dawn. When the roosters crow.
Also daybreak or dawn.
With the first peep of daylight, the earliest dawn.
A beginning or prelude to a discussion or written piece.
The moments right before dawn breaks.
To set off the start of something.
The start of something new.
The first point, the beginning in Old English.
Introducing a new idea.
The first peek of light in the morning.
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