Antonym: midnight. Similar words: night and day, middle, middle-class, middle ground, day after day, ridden, amid, day. Meaning: ['mɪd'deɪ] n. the middle of the day.
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1. We usually have a simple meal at midday.
2. I have my main meal at midday.
3. He's grilling out there in the midday sun.
4. At midday everyone would go down to Reg's Cafe.
5. The sun reaches its zenith at midday.
6. I'm meeting him at midday.
7. The surface of the road shimmered in the midday heat.
8. The clock chimed midday.
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9. The liner berthed at midday.
10. We're leaving round about midday.
11. By midday they had already travelled 200 miles.
12. Beyond the windows, a November midday was uniformly grey.
13. I got there around midday.
14. Few people were out in the pitiless midday sun.
15. The explosion occurred just after midday.
16. By midday the rain had stopped.
17. The brothers usually roll into their studio around midday.
18. The accident happened shortly before midday.
19. At midday we shut the shop for lunch.
20. It was midday when she awoke.
21. People were beginning to tire in the midday heat.
22. D'you think we'll make Oxford by midday?
23. It was good going to reach London by midday.
24. Joe never surfaces before midday on Sunday.
25. By midday it had begun to warm up.
26. Northerly winds will increase to force six by midday.
27. At midday the meeting was adjourned for lunch.
28. By midday their enthusiasm had petered out.
29. We embarked for Calais at midday.
30. There's a connecting flight at midday.
More similar words: night and day, middle, middle-class, middle ground, day after day, ridden, amid, day, midst, humid, all day, one day, by day, today, timidly, midnight, tuesday, nowadays, formidable, midsummer, yesterday, the other day, birthday, at midnight, wednesday, day and night, semidetached.