dinnertime

[din-er-tahym]
noun
the period set aside for eating dinner.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English. See dinner, time

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Example sentences
Tables in the dining room feature candles that are lit at dinnertime, a
  relative rarity on cruise ships.
At dinnertime, eat at one of the many restaurants you'll find close to the
  hotel.
At dinnertime, feast on grilled barbecue salmon or short ribs with gravy.
Another buffet is offered at dinnertime, with themed menus twice each week.
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