the middle of the
; the time centering around the midpoint between early
in the middle of the
He usually arrives midmorning.
occurring during, taking place in, or pertaining to the middle of the
our midmorning coffee break.
The gatekeeper tells me there is far less traffic today than on a normal day at midmorning.
By midmorning, she might take a jogging break with a neighbor.
By midmorning it has still not managed four consecutive steps-but not for lack of trying.
No injuries were reported in the fires, which began before dawn in the wooded subdivision and were still smoldering by midmorning.
By midmorning, honors are under way and shots ring out across the cemetery.
Cut them before they start flowering, in midmorning when the leaves are dry.
Visitors can either make reservations or arrive by midmorning to secure a site.
Samples are always available, with fresh curds usually ready to eat at midmorning.
From daybreak until midmorning, and sometimes in the evening, they may be heard in the forest preserves.
Whenever possible, schedule the more noise-intense activities for less intrusive times, such as midmorning to mid-afternoon.
It is best to attempt to accomplish business objectives in midmorning or late afternoon.
About midmorning hot shot set fire to the officers' quarters.
Incubating hens leave their nests for short periods, usually in midmorning or late afternoon.