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  • noun informal A sexual encounter during lunch hour, especially one which is illicit.

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Examples

  • Oh, and along the way he had all the largest Bankers by for a closed door love-fest that had them all out on the White House lawn looking like they'd just had the political equivalent of a 'nooner'.

    Steve Rosenbaum: Obama -- the "Always On" President

  • But I didn’t get it, and so she’d finally explained to me that a nooner was a Mexican-American lunching, and she added that she’d always wanted to be a stay-at-home mom while her man went out into the world and worked his ass off to keep their kitchen full of frijoles, tortillas, and carne asada.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • But I didn’t get it, and so she’d finally explained to me that a nooner was a Mexican-American lunching, and she added that she’d always wanted to be a stay-at-home mom while her man went out into the world and worked his ass off to keep their kitchen full of frijoles, tortillas, and carne asada.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • But I didn’t get it, and so she’d finally explained to me that a nooner was a Mexican-American lunching, and she added that she’d always wanted to be a stay-at-home mom while her man went out into the world and worked his ass off to keep their kitchen full of frijoles, tortillas, and carne asada.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • For practical purposes, those time frames do give some insight into why the so-called nooner can be an effective way to match a couple’s sexual urges.

    You Staying Young

  • For practical purposes, those time frames do give some insight into why the so-called nooner can be an effective way to match a couple’s sexual urges.

    You Staying Young

  • For practical purposes, those time frames do give some insight into why the so-called nooner can be an effective way to match a couple’s sexual urges.

    You Staying Young

  • Oh, and along the way he had all the largest Bankers by for a closed door love-fest that had them all out on the White House lawn looking like they'd just had the political equivalent of a 'nooner'.

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  • Oh, and along the way he had all the largest Bankers by for a closed door love-fest that had them all out on the White House lawn looking like they'd just had the political equivalent of a 'nooner'.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • The Canada Day 'nooner' was the second time in seven home dates that the Canadians have sold out Nat Bailey Stadium.

    OurSports Central Baseball News

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