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noun as in middle of the day


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Otherwise, skies will turn clearer with time as rain becomes less likely into the midday.

Cold air aloft may help bubble up some clouds in the midday.

Skate skiers must have the disposable income for the thousand-dollar set-up, and the disposable time to be doing it midday on a workday.

Southwest breezes around 10 mph could gust around 20 mph a couple of times, especially midday.

Couscous is traditionally eaten on Fridays, the Islamic holy day, when groups gather around a heaping platter during the long midday break.

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The stench of the backed-up toilets combines with the fumes of garbage fermenting in the midday sun.

He pulled the crucifix from under his shirt and it glinted in the bright midday sun.

During a midday break in the trial, Kempton had lunch with Afeni.

Alston had last seen Prince at midday, when the two walked to the store together.

By midday, the Ukrainian government had confirmed that two of its choppers had been downed.

On the plea that they must hasten if the midday heat were to be avoided, they cut short the halt to less than an hour.

Every morning a white mist rises over the lake which shines like armour under the midday sun.

But you must not imagine I am idle: from breakfast till the midday meal I work without a break.

Toward midday the whole caravan stopped and all the animals were tied under different trees for two or three hours to rest.

Mr. Royall went out early, and did not return till Verena had set the table for the midday meal.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to midday, such as: lunchtime, noon, noontide, 12 pm, high noon, and noontime.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.