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good morning

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgood morninggood ˈmorning ●●● S2 interjection formal πŸ”Š πŸ”Š HELLOused to say hello when you are greeting someone in the morning β†’ good afternoon, good eveningRegisterIn informal everyday English, people often just say Morning. If you don't want to sound formal or informal, you can just say Hello: Morning, Joe.
Examples from the Corpus
good morningβ€’ I smiled at her and wished her a good morning.β€’ I smiled cheerfully, wished everyone a good morning and began to stuff the food into my mouth.
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