of or at noon or midday: the usual noonday meal.
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How to use noonday in a sentence
Joel and I, in the heat of the noonday sun, walked the entire perimeter of the lot.The Saga of Whitney Houston’s Last Movie, ‘Sparkle’ | Howard Rosenman | February 13, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Evagrius, a famous hermit, blamed the “noonday demon” for tempting monks back to urban comforts.
How long had it been since we were children of the beating heart, laughing and playing beneath the warmth of the noonday sun?The Extinction Parade: An Original Zombie Story by Max Brooks | Max Brooks | January 14, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
To the country at large, however, who breathe a freer air, the true nature of the struggle is plain as the sun at noonday.
The noonday sun was blazing right overhead, and the muddy water running all over slippered feet and dainty dresses.
He began his day's work at seven and continued it until five, with a short interval for his noonday meal and afternoon drive.Ways of War and Peace | Delia Austrian
The session lasted until time for the noonday luncheon and siesta , and was resumed in the afternoon.The Private Life of the Romans | Harold Whetstone Johnston
Perhaps this was because the weather was bad, for Leam, who could bear wind and frost and noonday sun, could not bear wet.
British Dictionary definitions for noonday
the middle of the day; noon
(as modifier): the noonday sun
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