in broad daylight


Prepositional phraseEdit

in broad daylight

  1. In ample natural illumination, during the daytime.
  2. (figuratively) In a blatant and publicly visible manner.
    • 2008, Brian Benntt, "When Iraqis Come to America," Time, 24 Jan.:
      It's still too dangerous for the wife of a journalist who was murdered in the street in broad daylight.


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