Definition of noontime
: the time of noon : midday
Examples of noontime in a Sentence
The traffic gets heavy around noontime.
far removed from the noontime of their popularity, when they had performed at sold-out arenas, the band now played at small clubs
Recent Examples of noontime from the Web
While the wind was blowing 20-30 mph and some gusts higher after noontime, the scores were high but not unreasonable as hole locations were in accessible positions. 2.
That chromatic axis varies from the pinkish red of dawn, up through the blue-white of noontime, and then back down to reddish twilight.
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First Known Use of noontime
NOONTIME Defined for Kids
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