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The following is a definition I found in my dictionary:
a reception held by a person of distinction on rising from bed
My question is: Does "rising from bed" means early in the morning?
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Thank you in advance.
levee - WordReference.com Dictionary of English) gives this as a secondary meaning.
Other Dictionaries, such as the Compact Oxford English Dictionary (levee: definition of levee in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)) cite it as being archaic.
If you look at the Online Etymology Dictionary (Online Etymology Dictionary), you will see why it is held in the morning.
Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.
It doesn't (or didn't) necessarily mean early in the morning. "On rising from bed" simply means "when he/she got out of bed after sleeping". For all we know, the person holding such a reception might not have got up until 4pm!
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