Examples of dinnertime in a Sentence
I hate getting phone calls at dinnertime.
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Thus has Olympics goodwill morphed into dinnertime diplomacy.
Moon Rabbit Ramen is the lunchtime pop-up inside Ukiyo, that much-buzzed-about Japanese dinnertime restaurant from chef and Pizzology founder Neal Brown.
At Cameron Hut, my dinnertime ritual began by fetching river water in the buckets.
Picture all the extra Teacup spins at Disney before the sun sets and dinnertime arrives.
This second art Liu now demonstrates at the Hans’ restaurants at dinnertime.
Also note that seating is snug, so long waits are the norm, especially at dinnertime and weekends.
Heirloom Hospitality proprietor Jeremy Sasson spared no expense in the build-out of his luxe new dinnertime jewel, even buying an ownership stake in a millwork company that performed much of the interior fabrication.
The girls ate ravenously at dinnertime, lifting chicken tenders gently to their mouths to avoid getting spots on their costumes.
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Definition of dinnertime for English Language Learners
: the usual time for dinner
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