• If you think about something in the cold light of day, you think about it clearly and calmly, without the emotions you had at the time it happened, and you often feel sorry or ashamed about it . You see thing as they realy are and not as you want them to be or once percieved them. In the cold light of day when one has had time to consider a situation objectively. The idea that ideas and enthusiasms may seem less appealing when examined thus is quite long established originating in Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure (1895

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