Examples of dinnertime in a Sentence
I hate getting phone calls at dinnertime.
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If the grill or app knows the temperature curve has flattened at the typical stall temperature, why not have the app alert me and tell me some options instead of pushing dinnertime into bedtime?
Around dinnertime Tuesday, Colón sent a group text message to his fellow Magic employees to tell them his family was safe.
When dinnertime rolled around on this slightly offseason weeknight, all the food trucks seemed to have gone fishing.
The restaurant wasn’t empty on our dinnertime visit.
Reaching for some hooch also helps fast-food and fast-casual chains, which tend to do most of their business at breakfast and lunch, to score more dinnertime action.
Some New Englanders are sick of watching the sun set before dinnertime.
At dinnertime, its tables are full of people lingering over glasses of Riesling and turquoise-rimmed enamel bowls of slow-cooked ropa vieja.
These are served in relatively modest lunchtime portions of a third to a half a pound and belt-busting dinnertime portions, from 1 to 2 pounds.
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