The 'time' group
These nouns refer to times.
at bedtime at birth at Christmas at dawn at daybreak at dead of night at dinnertime at dusk at Easter at evensong at first light at half-term at high tide at intervals at low tide at lunchtime at mealtime (usu plural) at night at night-time at peak time at playtime at present at rush hour at suppertime at teatime at twilight at weekends at the crack of dawn at the dead of night at the outset at the weekend at the beginning of ... at the conclusion of ... at the end of ... at the start of ... at my convenience at ... age /at the age ... at ... date /at a date ... at ... hour /at an hour ... at ... instant /at the instant ... at ... minute at ... moment /at the moment ... at ... point /at the point ... at ... time /at a/the time ...
The survey, taken at the beginning of this month, showed that 55 per cent expect Labour to form the next government.
At Christmas the shops are decorated exquisitely.
They wrote her a formal letter, asking her to call at the sheriff's office at her convenience.
The players get up at dawn to train five times a week.
At that instant the museum was plunged into total darkness.
He went home for a sandwich at lunchtime.
A major war, he warned, could break out at any moment.
When you go out at night, close the curtains and leave a light on.
At the time of his death he was working on 'Hot Photography', a book about film and cameras in tropical climates.
He says he'll come back at the weekend.