Midday in a sentence

The word "midday" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of midday and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Midday

  • The middle part of the day; noon.
  • Of or pertaining to noon; meridional; as, the midday sun.
  • the middle of the day

How to use midday in a sentence. Midday pronunciation.

About midday she went up to her room and wrote letters.
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So they ate together at midday, rather silently, but with faces composed.
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Though it was near midday, it was doubtful to him whether the solitude and silence appeared less complete and oppressive than on the preceding night.
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An atmosphere of majesty haloed Him as the sun at midday.
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From midday on Saturday till he dragged himself wearily to Athelny's house he ate nothing.
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Mary felt kindly disposed towards the shopkeepers, and hoped that they would trick the midday public into purchasing, for at this hour of the morning she ranged herself entirely on the side of the shopkeepers and bank clerks, and regarded all who slept late and had money to spend as her enemy and natural prey.
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At midday of the third day Lady Charlotte was reduced to the condition of those fortresses which wave defiantly the flag, but deliver no further shot, awaiting the assault.
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On a farther slope cunningly placed by the scenic artist to catch the full sunlight of midday, the camp of the Chavez brothers gleamed softly in the magic light.
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The knowledge that an hour later they would be traveling again in the blazing heat of midday but emphasized their present comfort.
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And the Jew of Fez brought in the lights, for though it was midday I could scarcely see in the little room where I was writing. .
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The weather had hitherto been fine, but soon after midday it began to blow hard from the southward, and the seas came rolling into our little harbour.
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When he rested at midday he took the packs from the horses so that they, too, might rest.
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The slush-lamp went over, drowned in its own fat, while the midday twilight scarce percolated through the dirty canvas of the tent.
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The darkness was at its worst, and at midday the sun could not clear the sky- line to the south.
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By midday, when the sun mocked us, we would overtake the man, with the tears frozen on his cheeks, and pass him.
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There was a drowsy hum of insects, but no other sound disturbed the warm midday stillness.
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Jaffray was home for midday dinner.
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As he was taking his midday rest, and even the portress had gone to sleep over her task of cleaning wheat, two Benjamite captains introduced themselves into his palace at Mahanaim and murdered him in the vain hope of earning David's thanks.
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About midday, excitement was caused among the besieged by the appearance of a flag of truce.
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Sunday came with the sunrise, and at midday, true as the clock of St. Eustache, I knocked once more at the door of the _mansarde_ where my Josephine dwelt.
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Examples of Midday

Example #1
Tears had left just sufficient trace to give her meditations a semblance of unwonted seriousness.
Example #2
And the lines of her face, though they made no approach to smiling, indicated agreeable thoughts.
Example #3
And Emmeline, after a last look into the nursery, hastened away to catch her train.
Example #4
She had no misgivings; during her absence, all would be well as ever.
Example #5
A hushed cackling of fowls, the drowsy hum of bees, and the muffled chime of a distant bell-these were all the sounds to be heard.
Example #6
This duty toward himself fulfilled, the young Count lounged on the terrace, as he had the evening before, and smoked his cigar.