Definition of midday
: the middle of the day They arrived around midday.
Examples of midday in a Sentence
by midday the sun and heat were unbearable
Recent Examples of midday from the Web
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In a statement on state television, the army said the ceasefire commenced at midday on Sunday and would continue until midnight on Thursday.
In total, they are scheduled for nine events in 24 hours before flying back to San Diego midday on Tuesday.
Midday is a much better time to shoot a green car, but that’s the worst time to aim a camera at a white vehicle.
Boeing won orders and expressions of interest for about 420 planes worth as much as $58 billion based on a Bloomberg count through midday Wednesday, getting a boost from demand for the Max 10, the biggest version of its 737 workhorse.
By midday, the parishioners will have made 88 pans, each weighing 15 to 20 pure Greek pounds.
Bird’s Instagram lends a window onto their bohemian family life, one of midday dance parties and morning wake-up calls in the nude.
By midday Wednesday, police had released the name of the baseball-field shooter, who had died in a shootout with officers: James T. Hodgkinson, of Illinois, whose Facebook profile was crawling with Internet sleuths within minutes.
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First Known Use of midday
before 12th century
MIDDAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of midday for English Language Learners
: the middle of the day
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