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noontime

noun as in high noon

noun as in midday

noun as in noon

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Scattered throughout the graves proudly marked with miniature American flags fluttering in the bright noontime sunlight, I observed families, loved ones, and friends who had come to honor their fallen.

On May 5, he sat with Frank in the solarium and listened expectantly to Gary Null’s noontime radio show.

Ohio State officials confirmed Saturday that they could have gone ahead with their noontime game at Illinois but thought it prudent to cancel.

Perhaps it was the noontime trysts he was arranging at a nearby 59th Street hotel and expensing to the network.

If he had the money, he could catch a train before noontime and reach the mountain by the middle of the afternoon.

Martha served coffee and buttermilk-pop at break-time, and presided over noontime feasts, served in several sittings, in the tent.

Every noontime for two weeks this scene was enacted, to the vast delight of a simple, childish people.

The Governor thought the evening affair should be in Austin, and that we should hit Dallas around noontime.

The true hour for Chartres is not at noontime, when the tourists flock to the empty church, but in the morning with the dawn.

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On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to noontime, such as: 1200 hours, eight bells, meridian, meridiem, midday, and noon.

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

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