Rise and shine!

Rise and shine!

Wake up, get out of bed, and start your day! Rise and shine, sleepy head! You've got a busy morning, so you'd better get a move on.
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Rise and shine!

Fig. Get out of bed and be lively and energetic! (Often a command.) Come on, children! Rise and shine! We're going to the beach. Father always calls "Rise and shine!" in the morning when we want to go on sleeping.
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rise and shine

An expression used when waking someone up, as in It's past seven, children-rise and shine! Originating as a military order in the late 1800s, shine here means "act lively, do well."
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rise and shine

get out of bed smartly; wake up. informal
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ˌrise and ˈshine

(old-fashioned) used for telling somebody to get out of bed in the morning: Rise and shine, everyone, we’ve got a lot to do today.
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Rise and shine!

exclam. Get up and get going! Get up! Rise and shine! It’s late.
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