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  • Info Noon (also midday or noon time) is any time between 11 am and 1 pm. more...
  • At noon of that first day, about one hundred men came in for dinner.
  • We'd get together every day at noon and write till six.
  • They watched a white man leave by the back door later in the morning before noon.
  • It was enough to know that at noon the sun was directly above the head.
  • But we may not be able to get you back here before to-morrow noon. Cited from The High School Boys in Summer Camp, by H. Irving Hancock
  • Additional American forces arrived through the morning and by noon much of the city had been taken.
  • For example, the shadow length at noon is short in summer months, and long in winter months.
  • About noon, she was within range of the chase and opened fire.
  • Their work completed around noon, the British returned to their boats.
  • Each day she would walk across town to pick up the girls from school at noon and in late afternoon.
  • He held court on the morning before his death, became ill the next morning, and died at home just after noon.
  • At noon he purchased two watermelons and carried one under each arm to public square.
  • In earlier years, the program would air at noon every Sunday.
  • Would any movement begun at noon have done any good to Napoleon?
  • At noon they came to, the hole at the top of the sky.
  • A single term ends at noon four years later.
  • I'll see you to-morrow noon and explain it all to you. Cited from The Pit, by Frank Norris
  • "I want you to come to dinner at our house to-morrow noon." Cited from The Claim Jumpers, by Stewart Edward White
  • The activities inside the stadium itself normally start around noon when there are several performances by various artists.
  • By noon most of the wooden buildings in the fort and the main gate were on fire.
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Meaning of noon

  • noun The middle of the day