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  • n. Plural form of noontime.

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Examples

  • Something grabbier was needed, which is why a couple of noontimes later he was occupying a counter stool at Bella's, the greasy spoon nearest to Gus Benjamin's business, Planet Glass, located in the auto-repair district in the far West Fifties.

    Nutrition

  • Meeting only indifferent faces at their house — those of the Corbelles, and Musadieu oftener — he fancied himself almost alone in the world with them; and as he now seldom saw the Duchess and the Marquis, for whom the morning and noontimes were reserved, he wished to forget them, suspecting that the marriage had been indefinitely postponed.

    Strong as Death

  • Corbelles, and Musadieu oftener -- he fancied himself almost alone in the world with them; and as he now seldom saw the Duchess and the Marquis, for whom the morning and noontimes were reserved, he wished to forget them, suspecting that the marriage had been indefinitely postponed.

    Strong as Death

  • I mean I can carry the geometry propositions in my head -- I know I should remember every line and every letter -- and work them out noontimes and in all the betweens. "

    Glory and the Other Girl

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