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noonday

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
noondaynoon‧day /ˈnuːndeɪ/ adjective [only before noun] literary 🔊 🔊 TMChappening or appearing at noon syn midday 🔊 It was impossible to work in the heat of the noonday sun.
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noondayThis is one of the afflictions meted out by Meridiana, the noonday demoness.The noonday sun beat down fiercely; dusty air carried the stink of rotting garlic after a prolonged dry spell.the noonday sunnoonday sunIce-blue blinds were lowered to keep out the noonday sun.The noonday sun beat down fiercely; dusty air carried the stink of rotting garlic after a prolonged dry spell.
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