The hour of mid-day arrives, and they stop for the "nooning."
We stopped for a nooning near a grove of trees by the river-side.
"Just after the nooning," said the Muggletonian, and began to curse.
When the drum beat for the nooning the roll was close in my ears.
Would it not be well for him to fish here, that they might be sure of trout at their nooning?
We stopped for a nooning near a grove of trees by the river side.
At the nooning Carlisle and Cecil will bring me the opinions of the captains, land and sea.
"At the nooning he was safe enough," pursued the other, with agitation.
Every street is as packed as lower Fifth Avenue used to be when the operatives came out of the big shops for their nooning.
We were nooning at Plum Creek, the cattle spread out over the prairie to graze in charge of two herders.