forenoon

[ noun fawr-noon, fohr-; adjective fawr-noon, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forenoon

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As soon as he was fairly gone, she wanted to go after him, and she was wild all the forenoon.

All that forenoon, the little house throbbed with a curious sense of expectancy.

The coffee-room had no other occupant, that forenoon, than the gentleman in brown.

Mrs Herbert attended me during the forenoon, but left me after my early dinner.

The Board of Strategy came in during the forenoon, and the presents had to be shown to them.

I've heard of more dead relations this forenoon than I ever had alive.

He accepted and was even busier than he had been during the forenoon session.

He was in his room, had not yet breakfasted, although it was nearly ten in the forenoon.

Well, he talked all the forenoon and all the way to Orham on the train and most of that night.

I should like to see you at my house this—Thursday—forenoon, on a matter of business.

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