- in or during any or every afternoon: He slept late and worked afternoons.
Origin of afternoons
- the time from noon until evening.
- the latter part: the afternoon of life.
- pertaining to the latter part of the day.
Origin of afternoon
Examples from the Web for afternoons
Contemporary Examples of afternoons
In the second season she spends afternoons rehearsing for a musical and buying an unlicensed gun for her clone friend.Why Should You Watch 'Orphan Black'? Tatiana Maslany.
April 19, 2014
I spend my afternoons reading and exercising or going for walks.How I Write: Paul Lynch
December 18, 2013
He had sex with hustlers in the afternoons, he said, so he could concentrate on conversation with friends in the evening.How Gay Was Gore Vidal?
July 31, 2013
I could still see those afternoons in the Manchester TV studios when I was a kid with a camera.Never Before Seen Beatles Photos From 1964
April 24, 2013
But in the next instant, all the other timepieces ticked on into the first of the sunny afternoons the boy will never see.A Boston Child Is Cut Down by an Attacker’s Bomb
April 17, 2013
Historical Examples of afternoons
I'm to be in your office in the mornings, Dr. Wilson, and anywhere I am needed in the afternoons.K
Mary Roberts Rinehart
On the afternoons when Coupeau felt dull, he would call on the Lorilleuxs.
In the afternoons he would take a walk if the weather was nice.
That is where we play—I mean it is most pleasant there, hot afternoons.The Very Small Person
Annie Hamilton Donnell
But he rather liked to visit the graveyard on Sunday afternoons.Cy Whittaker's Place
Joseph C. Lincoln
- informal during the afternoon, esp regularly
- the period of the day between noon and evening
- (as modifier)afternoon tea
- a middle or later partthe afternoon of life