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midafternoon

[mid-af-ter-noon, -ahf-] /ˈmɪdˌæf tərˈnun, -ˌɑf-/
noun
1.
the part of the afternoon centering approximately on three o'clock; the period approximately halfway between noon and sunset.
adjective
2.
occurring in or pertaining to midafternoon:
a midafternoon nap.
Origin of midafternoon
1895-1900
First recorded in 1895-1900; mid- + afternoon
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  • At midafternoon the next day the reduction of Johnsonville began.

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  • But about midafternoon, she seemed to rouse and come to herself and said she was hungry.

    A Modern Cinderella Amanda M. Douglas
  • By midafternoon we had the conveyor speeds down thirty per cent.

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  • It was midafternoon before Penelope returned to the clearing in the woods.

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  • The sun was hot and by midafternoon Matti was feeling faint with hunger and fatigue.

    Mighty Mikko Parker Fillmore

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