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
That lunchtime event came after a fundraiser in 2013.
Schools, which traditionally closed at lunchtime, relying on stay-at-home mothers, have gradually lengthened their hours.
Just sweep the floors more or take a lunchtime walk.
The Crimson Tide was the topic of a majority of questions Orgeron faced in the lunchtime press briefing.
An inexpensive lunchtime event, perhaps with a buffet, can be arranged for less than £10,000 ($13,500), but a glitzy evening affair can cost more than £300,000, says Angela Jones of Reed Business Information, a data firm which also puts on events.
And the following day, a half-dozen Rincon Middle School students became ill after apparently consuming Xanax provided by another student at lunchtime.
But leave room in your schedule to play and bust out some Fruit-Roll-Ups at lunchtime.
Today, the complex encompasses about 4.2 million square feet of office and retail space, including four downtown office buildings and retail space, including a food court that fills each day with lunchtime visitors.
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