"Daybreak", usually one word, means the beginning of the day, when the sun comes up, the dawn.
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Eventually, Frank and his comrades anchored three miles off the French coast at day break.
I haven't seen in dictionaries "day break" as a noun. Only with "break" being a verb.
Is this an idiomatic use?
Check out "daybreak", a compound or agglomerative word.