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Matinal (comparative more Matinal, superlative most Matinal)

Positive
Matinal

Comparative
more Matinal

Superlative
most Matinal

  1. in the morning, relating to the morning
    • 1861, Various, Atlantic Monthly, Volume 8, No. 47, September, 1861[1]:
      I was awakened, as usual, by the outcries of the refractory negroes receiving their matinal stripes in the whipping-house.</span>
    • 1877, May Agnes Fleming, Kate Danton, or, Captain Danton's Daughters[2]:
      Kate stood by the window, looking out drearily at the matinal sunlight.</span>
    • 1919, Various, The Best Short Stories of 1917[3]:
      I might add, however, for your further information, that I think I shall not go to Bund-i-Kir, which looks too peaceful to disturb at this matinal hour, but there--on the western shore of the Ab-i-Shuteit.</span>

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Matinal m. (f. Matinale, m. plural matinaux, f. plural Matinales)

  1. Patrono:Attributive morning; matinal

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de:matinal el:matinal fr:matinal io:matinal ie:matinal nl:matinal pl:matinal ru:matinal fi:matinal vi:matinal zh:matinal

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