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Time SpecificPlay
Morn is used to describe the early part of the day; it's not used for afternoons or evenings. SlideShe jogs every morn before the city wakes.
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Less CommonPlay
'Morn' is less common in everyday conversation and is often replaced by 'morning'. SlideGood morn! Oh wait, most people just say 'Good morning'.
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Poetic FeelPlay
Using 'morn' instead of 'morning' can give a poetic or old-fashioned feel to your language. SlideShe reminisced about the joys of morn.