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Definition(s):

  • (n) the middle of the day

Usage(s):

  1. But at a noonday meeting, they concluded that they could not stop the declines.
  2. Glistening behind him in the noonday sun were the falling remains of his plane's horizontal stabilizer, a part of the tail that is vital to maintaining control.
  3. Suddenly, across the noonday sky from west to east, swept a brilliant fireball.

News

  1. Orioles take time out for youth baseball, softball clinic

    It was pushing 90 degrees and the second game of a big series against the New York Yankees was just a few hours away, but an important chunk of the Orioles roster was sweating in the noonday sun on a humble ballfield at Radecke Park.        
    on June 30, 2013     Source: Baltimore Sun

  2. Peter Schmuck: Orioles take time out of busy day for youth clinic

    It was pushing 90 degrees and the second game of a big series against the Yankees was a few hours away, but a chunk of the Orioles roster was sweating in the noonday sun on a humble ballfield at Radecke Park.        
    on June 30, 2013     Source: Baltimore Sun

  3. Local bands bring talent and spirit to the Big Gig

    Tales of ego trips, prima donna performances and hissy fits are legendary among the rock and roll elite of the caliber that play major events like Summerfest. But standing in stark counterpoint - and playing on the same stages, albeit earlier in the day - are the local musicians who are eager to share their skills for Summerfest patrons basking in the noonday sun or taking a lunch break at the ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: OnMilwaukee.com

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