the exact moment of noon.
the high point of a stage or period; peak; pinnacle: a book written at the high noon of his career.
Informal. a crisis or confrontation.
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How to use high noon in a sentence
High-noon came and passed, finding and leaving him in absorbed contemplation of his own thought.The History of Sir Richard Calmady | Lucas Malet
At high-noon they had reached what appeared to be a deserted castle, situated in the midst of a flowery oasis.The Hill of Venus | Nathan Gallizier
A partly demented young man clamouring to see you at high-noon while the cold cruel cause of his lunacy looks on and laughs.The Streets of Ascalon | Robert W. Chambers
It was high-noon, dreamy, entranced, all the world golden with the magnificent weather as a holly-hock is golden with pollen.The Brimming Cup | Dorothy Canfield Fisher
There stood his sisters by the quern, For the high-noon cakes they needs must earn.Poems by the Way | William Morris