Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The middle of the morning.

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  • noun The middle of the morning.

Etymologies

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From mid- +‎ morning.

Examples

  • In the U.S., the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.7% to 11202 in midmorning trade.

    Asian Markets Rise, Await Fed

  • Students are usually on limited budgets and know how to eat well on very few pesos, so the stands where they gathered in midmorning were a good bet.

    Marinated Mixed Vegetable Salad: Chileajo

  • Students are usually on limited budgets and know how to eat well on very few pesos, so the stands where they gathered in midmorning were a good bet.

    Marinated Mixed Vegetable Salad: Chileajo

  • Students are usually on limited budgets and know how to eat well on very few pesos, so the stands where they gathered in midmorning were a good bet.

    Marinated Mixed Vegetable Salad: Chileajo

  • A muezzin called the midmorning prayer, his sonorous moan taken up by a hundred other amplified voices.

    Gold of Kings

  • A muezzin called the midmorning prayer, his sonorous moan taken up by a hundred other amplified voices.

    Gold of Kings

  • A muezzin called the midmorning prayer, his sonorous moan taken up by a hundred other amplified voices.

    Gold of Kings

  • By the time Maida called a midmorning break, Lily was too pumped up to be tired.

    Lake News

  • By the time Maida called a midmorning break, Lily was too pumped up to be tired.

    Lake News

  • The tour will bring Obama-Biden to Kansas City for what has been described as a midmorning rally.

    American Chronicle

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