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  • Here we "nooned", stretching our bodies along the green-sward.

    The Rifle Rangers

  • We nooned in a secluded cove where a few water-fowl were disporting themselves out beyond the shallows, and Uliba asked me if I fancied duck for tiffin.

    Flashman on the March

  • We nooned without incident; just an hour or two, thinks I, and we'll be through this horror and can lie up until other trains appear, and then head for Santa Fe in safety, with some other idiot riding wagon-boss.

    Flashman and The Redskins

  • They had nooned in a grove alongside a church, white clapboard and brick.

    The Chisholms

  • We nooned beside a small stream, eating E-rations rather than trying to heat any food.

    Dark Piper

  • Too happy in the recovery of Clark's and our own animals to waste time in hue-and-cry, I loaded my two reclaimed pack-beasts with all that our commissariat needed, -- nooned at Clark's, on my way back, the third day after leaving the Valley for Mariposa, and that same night was among my rejoicing comrades at the head of the Great Yo-Semite.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 80, June, 1864

  • We nooned at the cabin of Timothy Hobbs, but no one was at home; he at last had gone "back East" for Jennie.

    Letters on an Elk Hunt

  • We nooned at Santa Cruz, a big sheep ranch midway between Musquiz and

    The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier

  • We got a commissary along, an 'nooned about ten miles east o' here.

    Raw Gold A Novel

  • "They nooned heah, comin 'from Bradford, they said, an' trailed in after the stage."

    The Lone Star Ranger


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  • Verb


    simple past tense and past participle of noon

    September 10, 2017