Did you perhaps mean noonday?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Scherbo, Vitaly Born 1973. Belorussian gymnast who won six gold medals at the 1992 Olympic games, the most ever earned at a single Olympics by a gymnast.
“When finally the rockets flare has faded beyond what I could follow in the brightness of the noon-day sun I take the girls hand and turning, we walk together into the echoing streets.”
“He looked away and when he looked back the door was open and she was gone, out into the heavy noon-day heat.”
“These trees, with their broad spreading boughs, made a twilight even of noon-day; and, now that the sun was approaching its setting point, their shade already anticipated night.”
“Alas! they fly about like the pestilence by noon-day, and infect even the first and fairest of the flock!”
“This is my noon-day dinner, nor have I added aught thereto for thee.”
“To this apology it might be replied: “You have invented a system, the ridicule and absurdity of which are as clear as the sun at noon-day; for the offender who enjoyed good health, and whose family were in prosperous circumstances, must absolutely have laughed you to scorn.””
“All this ought to have had the clearness of noon-day, even to the veriest idiot that ever lived; and Therese was, properly speaking, exactly that.”
“As for satire's corpse, we could parade it through the noon-day streets of Bagdad until the heat-boosted decomposition what's the temp there this time of year, anyway makes it explode.”
“It shines and dazzles like the noon-day sun, but, like that too, is very apt to scorch; and therefore is always feared.”
“Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror at night, he reads, opening the Bible at hazard, not for the arrow that flieth by day; not for the pestilence that walketh in darkness; nor for the destruction that wasteth at noon-day.”
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