Definition of mealtime
: the usual time for serving a meal
Examples of mealtime in a Sentence
Take one pill at mealtime.
The two children have different mealtimes.
Recent Examples of mealtime from the Web
Bathrooms are momentarily locked after mealtimes, laxatives and barf bags are contraband, and calories and weight are taboo topics.
Gone are the days when eggs were a breakfast-only food—they've officially broken out of their shells to become a bona fide mealtime staple at dinner, too.
Come mealtime, simply defrost one cube and use it as to make a dressing, marinade or seasoning for vegetables.
The tradition of mealtime grace is firmly established in the black church.
Activities include arts and crafts, dancing, movies, toy-time and video gaming; at mealtime, kids get their own menus, with faves like mac & cheese and chicken nuggets.
Your cat will quickly associate that sound with mealtime and respond instantly to it.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - During a visit to Chicago last year, Michael Murphy of the Cleveland Foundation was a mealtime guest of the Chicago Community Trust.
In video taken by Jason Berring Jr. of Monterey Bay Whale Watch, about 1,000 California sea lions share their mealtime with two humpback whales a few miles north of Monterey Harbor.
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Definition of mealtime for English Language Learners
: the usual time when a meal is eaten
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