How To Use Noontide In A Sentence

  • His eyes were shut, and he was in that hot borderland which is the nearest approach to sleep at noontide in Nigeria. Golden Stories A Selection of the Best Fiction by the Foremost Writers
  • By first light, she had served breakfast to her father, brother, and one-legged uncle and was already washing the curds that would be the principal dish at the noontide meal. La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth
  • This small dark coffee-house, now burnt down, was the resort of such writers and clerks belonging to the Parliament House above thirty years ago as retained the ancient Scottish custom of a meridian, as it was called, or noontide dram of spirits. Redgauntlet
  • Sorrow breaks seasons and reposing hours, makes the night morning, and the noontide night.
  • I think that one of the first perils of the noontide is the eclipse of the spiritual relations of life. Things That Matter Most: Devotional Papers
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  • The noontide is upon us and our half waking has turned to fuller day, and we must part. To Breakthrough...
  • As the morning eased into noontide, the sun shining on the crops of the farms that they passed by, Eleanor's brooding, pensive mood lifted a bit.
  • But a little after the noontide is the Niblung host embayed, The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs
  • Ye might go out to the paddock near noontide, though, lass, if ye've a mind to. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • This was so much his wont that, when he made apologies at setting off for being obliged to stop in some strange, solitary place till the horses should eat the corn which he brought on with them for that purpose, our imagination used to be on the stretch to guess what romantic retreat he had secretly fixed upon for our noontide baiting-place. Chronicles of the Canongate
  • Another great peril of our noontide is a narrowing of the sympathies. Things That Matter Most: Devotional Papers
  • In Egypt your Nubian sailor prays in the stern of your dahabiyeh; and your Egyptian boatman prays by the rudder of your boat; and your black donkey-boy prays behind a red rock in the sand; and your camel-man prays when you are resting in the noontide, watching the far-off quivering mirage, lost in some wayward dream. The Spell of Egypt
  • All the children march in a parade with the town band to a noontide family service at church. The Ordinary Day
  • With the aid of his spirits, Prospero has 'bedimmed/The noontide sun, called forth the mutinous winds,/And twixt the green sea and the azured vault/Set roaring war'. Shakespeare

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