There stood his sisters by the quern, For the high-noon cakes they needs must earn.
It was now high-noon, and I had eaten nothing since dinner the night before.
Not a soul was stirring, and yet it was high-noon—Wall Street?
High-noon came and passed, finding and leaving him in absorbed contemplation of his own thought.
Thorbiorn came there about high-noon; alone he was, and rode up to the outer door; the door was locked, and no men were abroad.
At high-noon they had reached what appeared to be a deserted castle, situated in the midst of a flowery oasis.
A partly demented young man clamouring to see you at high-noon while the cold cruel cause of his lunacy looks on and laughs.
It was high-noon, dreamy, entranced, all the world golden with the magnificent weather as a holly-hock is golden with pollen.
If there had been, a fellow couldn't be advertising her to the crew of an oil-tanker at high-noon, could he?
It was high-noon when the ship once more issued into the broad bosom of the Pacific.