prenoon

adjective
pre·​noon | \(ˌ)prē-ˈnün \
variants: or pre-noon

Definition of prenoon 

: existing or occurring before noon the prenoon hours a prenoon start time Hundreds of visitors and locals braved the pre-noon sun to get a glimpse of the show …— Alex Downes … those people who long for a simpler time of pre-noon drinks, fedoras, and cocktail dresses.— Alyssa Griffith

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1903, in the meaning defined above

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