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midday

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

Synonyms for midday

  • lunchtime
  • noon
  • noontide
  • 12 PM
  • high noon
  • noontime
  • twelve hundred
  • twelve noon
  • twelve o'clock
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Antonyms for midday

  • 12 AM
  • midnight
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIDDAY

Like almost all business Radville, Duncan went home for his midday meal.

It was about midday when we reached the place of our destination.

Thus, Saint Antoine in this vinous feature of his, until midday.

At midday we had tea, and at twilight made the best camp we could.

It was evident that she was not afraid even of the midday sun.

To rise; hang still in the evening, in the midday; hang still over the down.

It was the crowded hour, when men leave offices and shops for a midday meal.

You must excuse me, for I never take anything before midday.

It was far on towards midday, and she was alone; still no answer came to her question.

At midday Parson Christian came home from the fields to dinner.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English middæg "midday, noon," contracted from midne dæg (cf. Old High German mittitag, German mittag, Old Norse miðdagr); see mid + day.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MIDDAY

high noon

noun12:00 o'clock
  • 1200 hours
  • eight bells
  • meridian
  • meridiem
  • midday
  • noon
  • noonday
  • nooning
  • noontide
  • noontime
  • peak

noon

nounthe middle of a day
  • apex
  • high noon
  • meridian
  • midday
  • noonday
  • noontide
  • noontime
  • twelve noon
  • twelve o'clock
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