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1. midday

noun. ['ˈmɪdˌdeɪ'] the middle of the day.

Synonyms

  • twenty-four hour period
  • hour
  • noonday
  • solar day
  • noon
  • high noon
  • twelve noon
  • twenty-four hours
  • time of day
  • day
  • noontide
  • mean solar day

Antonyms

  • sunset
  • sunrise
  • night
  • time off

Etymology

  • midday (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • middæg (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Rhymes with Midday

  • allday
  • birthday
  • canaday
  • cannaday
  • cassaday
  • corday
  • davide
  • dilday
  • doomsday
  • doubleday
  • easterday
  • faraday
  • flagday
  • friday
  • gilday
  • golladay
  • halladay
  • halliday
  • hamadei
  • heyday

Sentences with midday


1. Noun, singular or mass
Water tomato plants in the early morning, before the sun has reached its midday height.

2. Adjective
Courses offer tee times and are open all year, but many golfers avoid midday play during summer.

Quotes about midday


1. Yet there are moments when the walls of the mind grow thin; when nothing is unabsorbed, and I could fancy that we might blow so vast a bubble that the sun might set and rise in it and we might take the blue of midday and the black of midnight and be cast off and escape from here and now.
- Virginia Woolf, The Waves

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