Definition of High noon

1. Noun. The middle of the day.

Definition of High noon

1. Noun. (idiomatic) Exactly noon; midday; the middle of the day. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of High Noon

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high jumper
high jumpers
high level language
high level languages
high life
high line
high lip line
high mallow
high mannose oligosaccharide
high memory area
high mobility group proteins
high muckamuck
high nelly
high noon (current term)
high note
high notes
high occupancy vehicle
high occupancy vehicles
high off the hog
high on the hog
high osmolar contrast agent
high osmolar contrast medium
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high pitch
high point
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high pressure
high pressure nervous syndrome

Literary usage of High noon

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1. Aztec Land by Maturin Murray Ballou (1890)
"high noon. — Mexican Soldiers. — Musicians. — Criminals as Soldiers. — The Grand Cathedral. — The Ancient Aztec Temple. — Magnificent View from the Towers ..."

2. The Poets of the Future: A College Anthology by Henry Thomas (1921)
"... high noon EDWARD W. STRONG Stanford University Hill and a hill — one green, one blue, A sky of cotton clouds; The sun behind scarce peeping through At ..."

3. Olden Times in Colorado by Carlyle Channing Davis (1916)
"On the first day out, and at high noon, a terrific snow storm was encountered. The heavy moisture-laden clouds came down to the very earth, ..."

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