Dinner-time in a sentence

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How to use dinner-time in a sentence. Dinner-time pronunciation.

At dinner-time she had not returned.
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At dinner-time, Mrs. Morgan and her daughter were alone.
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He was very anxious not to bore Mildred with too much of his society, and so had arranged that he should not see her till dinner-time.
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He hies unto the "Boulevard," To loiter there in idleness Until the sleepless Breguet chime(7) Announcing to him dinner-time.
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Thus age approached, the common doom, And death before the husband wide Opened the portals of the tomb And a new diadem supplied.(28) Just before dinner-time he slept, By neighbouring families bewept, By children and by faithful wife With deeper woe than others' grief.
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A nap till dinner-time up here in the air will do you no end of good, and give you an appetite for dinner.
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It will soon be dinner-time.
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Feast thankfully, and feast hopingly; feast in good will to all mankind, Grahamites included; feast in the full and joyous persuasion, that while the earth remaineth, seed-time and harvest, dinner-time, pudding-time, and supper-time, are not likely to go out of fashion;-feast with exulting confidence in the continuance of cooks, kitchens, and orthodox expounders of Scripture and the constitution in our ancient, blessed, and fat-sided commonwealth-feast, in short, like a good Christian, proving all things, relishing all things, hoping all things, expecting all things, and enjoying all things.
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Then Pantagruel commanded that they should carry him home and provide him good store of victuals; which being done, he ate very well that evening, and, capon-like, went early to bed; then slept until dinner-time the next day, so that he made but three steps and one leap from the bed to the board.
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Formerly, among the Persians, dinner-time was at a set hour only for kings; as for all others, their appetite and their belly was their clock; when that chimed, they thought it time to go to dinner.
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At dinner-time he patronized Mr. Gross so tantalizingly that the latter threatened to pull his nose out until it resembled a yard of garden hose.
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She had destroyed all the scanty store of primroses along the brook; gathered rushes, begun to plait them, and thrown them away; she had found a grouse's nest among the dead fern, and, contrary to the most solemn injunctions of uncle and keeper, enforced by the direst threats, had purloined and broken an egg; and still dinner-time delayed.
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They were still on the top when it occurred to them that they had a long walk in prospect-for they talked of getting to the source of the Irwell-and that it was dinner-time.
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Not a drop of liquor had passed his lips when he went home at dinner-time.
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It was within an hour of dinner-time, and in painful suspense she waited his arrival.
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With what trembling anxiety did Mrs. Ellis await the return of her husband at dinner-time!
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Later on in the afternoon, about an hour before dinner-time, Gervase, strolling on the terrace of the hotel alone, saw Helen Murray seated at a little distance under some trees, with a book in her hand which she was not reading.
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Emily reached home a few minutes before dinner-time.
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It is dinner-time now here, and my friends-my dear friends of Cadiz-they wait me.
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At dinner-time a triumph seemed probable, and at tea-time, when Cyril came home under a mortar-board hat and with a satchel full of new books and a head full of new ideas, the triumph was actually and definitely achieved.
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Examples of Dinner-time

Example #1
It being Saturday, Mumford was back early in the afternoon, and Miss Derrick's absence caused no grief.
Example #2
The girl had all at once grown reticent, and her lips showed the less amiable possibilities of their contour.
Example #3
They agreed to wait a quarter of an hour, and sat silent, pretending each to be engaged with a book.
Example #4
And he did carry her through the brushwood, away into the shadow of the trees.
Example #5
She was ready when he fetched her, and he chaffed her for her unwonted punctuality.
Example #6
Next day Philip was in a good temper.