Did you maybe mean afternoon?
“Another little thing that struck me was the word midafternoon.”
“I fell asleep in midafternoon, only to be awakened by friends from my ship to hold a meeting.”
“Night now fell in midafternoon, especially when the snowstorms rolled in, boundless prairie storms that set the sky close to the ground, the city lights reflected against the clouds.”
“Some buying emerged in midafternoon as Tokyo stocks extended their losses and the Bank of Japan said in a nationwide assessment that three out of nine regions have downgraded their views on the local economies, backing the central bank 's view that the pace of Japan' s economic recovery is slowing.”
“Even so, in midafternoon, the wind backed around to the south and theseas flattened a bit.”
“Jack's friend, Dr.J. W. Shiels arrived at noon, and Dr. Porter in midafternoon.”
“A hotel clerk offered a visiting reporter a wake-up call midafternoon, "just in case you need a nap before your stakeout begins.”
“One Saturday — this was about two years after we were married — Emily came into my studio, sometime in midafternoon.”
“So at the eighth hour of the day — midafternoon, that is — he arrived at the house of Gaius Julius Caesar, clad this time in his purple-bordered toga, unaccompanied and unburdened by the massive weight of a million silver denarii; the sum amounted to 10,000 pounds in weight, and that was 160 talents, or 160 men carrying a full load.”
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