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    Default I set out for the mountains at/in the dawn

    Is it "in the dawn" or "at the dawn"? "I set out for the mountains at/in the dawn".

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    Default Re: I set out for the mountains at/in the dawn

    I would use at dawn. In the dawn may work in some contexts.

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