Examples of lunchtime in a Sentence
It was nearly lunchtime when we got there.
They enjoyed the lunchtimes they spent together.
Recent Examples of lunchtime from the Web
Also on July 7, the Howard County Historical Society is offering its monthly lunchtime lecture.
Last week, the U.K.’s National Grid reported that for the first time 50.7 percent of the nation’s energy was coming from renewables—at least for the span of lunchtime on June 8.
In Silicon Valley, a lunchtime meeting does not necessarily involve that mundane fuel known as food.
Decades ago, FALN claimed responsibility for more than 100 bombings in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, including a lunchtime blast in 1975 that killed four people at New York's historic Fraunces Tavern.
Having not eaten since lunchtime, Gottlieb decided to grab some food — but not before letting out Louise, the family dog, to do her backyard business.
But enough folks stuck around to keep the bar hopping as people eased into lunchtime.
The garden is about 100-by-100 feet, and people sit on the benches at lunchtime.
Southwark Bridge and the South Bank, a short distance from Borough Market, were unusually quiet on Sunday lunchtime.
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First Known Use of lunchtime
LUNCHTIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lunchtime for English Language Learners
: the time in the middle of the day when people usually eat lunch
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