A hyphen is part of the common spelling: daylight-saving time.
They have the real idea of daylight-saving, and do not let any of it escape them.
We initiated a daylight-saving system on this day by putting forward the clock one hour.
Our unparliamentary correspondent states that the daylight-saving Scheme had a narrow escape.
"I'm wondering about this daylight-saving business," she said.
There is daylight-saving in Germany, which made the rising one hour earlier, and the other end of the day was always the "dark."
By nine, the last remnant of the long twilight, a collaboration of midsummer with daylight-saving, had disappeared.