after-noon

[ noun af-ter-noon, ahf-; adjective af-ter-noon, ahf-, af-, ahf- ]SEE DEFINITION OF after-noon

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And with this the Quene was called upon to dennar, for it was after-noon.

Only the other day, coming home from his after-noon's walk, he stopped to admire his house.

In the after-noon the men who had gone out to fish came back.

We found but this one into all the rooms of which the sun can come either before- or after-noon.

I have at the moment of going to press just two dollars fifty in specie, which I took off your father this after-noon.

Then Robin made haste to dress himself as a harper; and in the after-noon he stood in the door of the church.

I left the same day by the after-noon train having passed about 23 hours with the family in the haunted house.