- n. Plural form of afternoon.
“One of the things I like about Friday afternoons is getting to ask people what their weekend plans are, and wishing them a good weekend.”
“Networks and aggregators will become community projects – things people launch in afternoons, not things which Sequoia back.”
“Friday afternoons is a welcome respite from all that chaos.”
“Phil's head Sunday afternoons, is nine shots behind.”
“4: 20PM Sarah Stokely | One of the things I like about Friday afternoons is getting to ask people what their weekend plans are, and wishing them a good weekend.”
“I think I finally gave up on Saturday mornings when they moved the final season of Gargoyles there from weekday afternoons, which is also when the show took a nose dive in terms of writing and animation quality.”
“The afternoons were his usual writing time, so it was strange to see him out this early.”
“Hopefully, my kids will recall afternoons playing badminton with their cousins, and boogie boarding at Pacific Beach, and watching two orangutans cuddle amorously at the zoo, long after I popped my final Xanax.”
“His afternoons were a hodgepodge of therapies -- from ultrasound to deep tissue massage to acupuncture to StairMaster -- to bolster his damaged knee.”
“My classroom time is in the afternoons, which is good as I'm kind of low energy in the afternoon.”
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