noontime

[noon-tahym]
noun
noon; noontide; noonday: Will he be home at noontime?

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English none tyme. See noon, time

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noontime or noontide (ˈnuːnˌtaɪm)
 
n
a.  the middle of the day; noon
 b.  (as modifier): a noontime drink
 
noontide or noontide
 
n

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Example sentences
Its shoots are gathered daily, packed in bags or wrapped in leaves and carried
  by lorry to noontime markets.
Visitors and office workers frequent the terraced city plaza at noontime as an
  impromptu outdoor lunch spot.
The monkeys take noontime naps in the heat of the day.
The park is also host to many noontime concerts during the warmer months.
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