mid-day

[ noun mid-dey, -dey; adjective mid-dey ]SEE DEFINITION OF mid-day

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By the time we reach Valence, soon after mid-day, we have passed one barge only.

When I got to the theatre to dress it was mid-day, for the matine was to commence at half-past one.

I will send my servant to you at mid-day, to say how your mother is.

"But it will be mid-day when we return," replied her mother.

I will come here to-morrow about the time of the mid-day meal.

Also, if they planted anything in the morning, it grew up by mid-day.

Not content with this, he repeated the performance every evening and often also after the mid-day meal.

For many reasons, then, we ought always to talk and not to sleep at mid-day.

They had finished their mid-day meal, and he wanted to go and sleep.

You'll reach Holyhead by four or thereabouts, and can easily get to the castle by mid-day.'