The 'daytime' group
These nouns refer to a time or event, including part of a day, a year, a century, or someone's life. (Autumn, harvest, New Year, Passover, spring, springtime, summer, summertime, winter, and wintertime are also often used without the.)
autumn change of life day of reckoning daytime eighties festive season fifties forties Fourth of July future harvest hereafter high season holidays low season menopause millennium monsoon morrow New Year nineties Noughties Passover past present rush rush hour rut Sabbath seventies silly season sixties spring springtime summer summertime thirties times twenties week winter wintertime
He rarely went anywhere in the daytime. He was always out at night.
The future looks bleak.
In India, Diwali also marks the end of the monsoon and the beginning of winter.
Yet, ever since the sixties, Fashion Design has been one of the most over-applied-for courses in British higher education.
Some gardeners feed the bulbs in the spring with a high potash fertiliser.