- in the middle of the morning: He usually arrives midmorning.
- occurring during, taking place in, or pertaining to the middle of the morning: our midmorning coffee break.
Origin of midmorning
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Examples from the Web for midmorning
I have a job that allows me to vote anytime I want, so I headed out at 10:58 am, which is conveniently during the midmorning lull.Shouldn't We Be Able to Vote Without Long Lines?
November 6, 2012
The white mocker died at midmorning the next day as they stopped for a rest.Space Prison
The wheelbarrows, four of them, came down from the ship by midmorning.Naudsonce
H. Beam Piper
She stared thoughtfully across the yard at the distant mountains, now shimmering in the hot, midmorning sun.
He tossed it in the bed of the pickup and threw more sacks over it to keep it cool under the broiling, midmorning sun.
Dew glistened in the early rays of light and the clear, cool morning air held little hint of the heat sure to come by midmorning.