Definition of 'noontime'
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The humid noontime air was trapped in there like a steaming bowl of soup. FOLLOW THE SHARKS (1999)The clouds began to roll in around noontime, sending the harbour boats scurrying for shelter. THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR (1999)Maurice said that Monsieur Macleod has not been in the bar since noontime. CORMORANT (1999)
I'll have your head on a platter by noontime if you don't stop your games. CONFESSIONS OF AN UGLY STEPSISTER (1999)
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Definition of noontime from the Collins English Dictionary
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