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
Southwark Bridge and the South Bank, a short distance from Borough Market, were unusually quiet on Sunday lunchtime.
Monica Linares rushes past this ad, framed at the diner’s new location for the last three weeks on Biscayne Boulevard, with her hands full of plates, as a lunchtime crowd fills each of the 28 seats inside.
Friday’s lunchtime Barrel Auction at the Inglenook Estate (108 lots; minimum bid $200 for a case of wine) is Eleanor Coppola’s star turn.
One started partying on Friday and wrapped up on Monday round lunchtime.
The breakfast and lunchtime favorite first opened in 1995.
The eatery is known for its omelets, pancakes, French toast, cinnamon rolls and buttermilk biscuits smothered with country-style gravy, as well as hearty lunchtime offerings.
At lunchtime, you’re better off asking a local for recommendations or searching Google Maps the old fashioned way (on your smartphone).
IDEO’s main suggestion was to give students ownership over their lunchtime experience.
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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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