sunup

[suhn-uhp]
noun
sunrise, especially the time of sunrise.

Origin:
1705–15, Americanism; sun + up, on the model of sundown

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sunup (ˈsʌnˌʌp)
 
n
another name (esp US) for sunrise

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Example sentences
By sunup of the fourth day, the ailing group holed up in a hideout to try to
  get a few hours of uninterrupted sleep.
Insofar as possible, blasting operations above ground shall be conducted
  between sunup and sundown.
Blasting operations shall be conducted between sunup and sundown, whenever
  possible.
If possible, conduct blasting operations after sunup and before sundown and
  during periods of clear visibility.
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