Perhaps it was the noontime trysts he was arranging at a nearby 59th Street hotel and expensing to the network.
noontime found us all hungry, and we got off the train at a small village to look for lunch.
Thus they missed the noontime exodus of workers from the buildings around them.
The house was filled with a humming silence peculiar to the noontime of very hot summer days (it was August or September).
There were no frolics at noontime or after school; no mirth and scant laughter.
Yes, sir; I saw him on the second floor about noontime almost every day.
We also know how hot and dry and dusty it can get about noontime.
At noon, around noon—noontime—I'm not sure as to the exact time it was.
I have had my dinner at the noontime and I went into the barn.
He felt grateful for the advancement, and then, recalling the advice of noontime, put this thought from him.