Definition of dinnertime
: the customary time for dinner
Examples of dinnertime in a Sentence
I hate getting phone calls at dinnertime.
Recent Examples of dinnertime from the Web
Trump himself should want notes taken for anything beyond dinnertime chitchat.
Consider two dinnertime staples: carrots and broccoli.
The episode happened at dinnertime in a neighborhood bar, part of a spasm of hatred that seems to be uncoiling in small towns and big cities across the nation — and in rising numbers.
At dinnertime one night this week, Cane Rosso’s Capra salad ($9) offered a guiltless serving of greens, fresh tomatoes, pancetta, pecans, dried cherries and goat cheese.
CFC hosts showdowns all over the country where normal folks get to enter their best dishes in a dinnertime cage match.
At dinnertime, chaos engulfs the room and threatens to bring everything to a screeching halt.
Note strong westerly wind gusts (around 25 mph) are possible from late morning until nearly dinnertime.
Drumstix has also asked for two parking spaces alongside the building to be changed from two-hour spaces to 20-minute spaces at lunch and dinnertime, so customers can stop by for to-go orders.
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Definition of dinnertime for English Language Learners
: the usual time for dinner
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