the time of noon; midday.
the highest or best point or part: the noontide of one's theatrical career.
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How to use noontide in a sentence
The doors are hung with heavy curtains to exclude the noontide heat, as is still common in Italian churches.The Catacombs of Rome | William Henry Withrow
It was a pity I could not do justice to the good things we turned out upon the grass when we made our noontide halts.Thirty Years in Australia | Ada Cambridge
The hot sun poured down its noontide rays, the dust arose in parching clouds, and followed with the wind their flagging footsteps.Baron Bruno | Louisa Morgan
Reverses, sickness, death—they seem to follow some people as surely as the shadow follows the sun at noontide.The Shadow of Ashlydyat | Mrs. Henry Wood
As there was no dividing line between the morning and noontide, neither was there any between the afternoon and evening.The Astronomy of the Bible | E. Walter Maunder