A pleasant morning glided swiftly to the hour of noontide dinner, when the boys returned to the Ha' hungry and in high spirits.
Their parched throats refused to sing in the noontide of their labor.
The effect upon the multitude was electrical, and over bay and city a shout, long and loud, floated upon the noontide air.
Rothsay was seated with the Constable, after their noontide repast.
The windows in the semi-circular end are so placed that they receive the rising, noontide, and setting sun.
He was hustled hither and thither in the hot summer noontide.
The day of departure wheeling round, the noontide prayer was made with an especial fervor and attention.
The flock of sheep marched until the noontide, when a halt was ordered.
Mehevi and the chieftains of the Ti have just risen from their noontide slumbers.
And all awaited the noontide hour and the coming of their King.