Definition of Nooned
1. noon [v] - See also: noon
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nooned
nooned (current term)
Literary usage of Nooned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Correspondence and Journals of Captain Nathaniel J. Wyeth, 1831-6: A by Nathaniel Jarvis Wyeth, Frederick George Young (1899)
"Turned up the creek again and alter arriving at where we first struck the river made 6 miles W. by N. then into cut rocks then WNW 4 miles more and nooned ..."
2. Sources of the History of Oregon by Frederick George Young, Oregon Historical Society (1899)
"Made 8 mile^ up the creek through Cut Rocks during which time killed one Salmon and Two Otter so much provisions and nooned on the Walla Walla trail West ..."
3. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1879)
"In return Bro. Spangenberg gave them knives and thimbles. nooned at" ... and nooned on the Little Swatara.1 From thence we proceeded to Christopher Weiser's ..."
4. Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society: June 1925, Volume Xxvi, Number 2 by Oregon Historical Society (1921)
"We nooned in a beautiful meadow, containing about two sections, near the head of the lake. After spending a couple of hours in this splendid pasture, ..."
5. A Texas Pioneer: Early Staging and Overland Freighting Days on the Frontiers by August Santleben (1910)
"Wpe nooned next day at Fort Hudson, that was abandoned in 1860 and was then unoccupied, and camped that night between the seventeenth and eighteenth ..."
6. The Historical Record by Andrew Jenson (1888)
"We traveled б miles further and nooned. In the afternoon we traveled about в miles. ... We nooned beside a »mall creek after traveling 8 miles. ..."