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Things noontide often describes (“noontide ________”)
sun, heat, hour, meal, air, rest, blaze, glory, hours, ray, beam, dew, glare, repast, rays, light, splendour, shadow, slumber, prayer, glow, majesty, bee, splendor, sunshine, sky, heats, temperature, repose, slumbers, hush, sultriness, siesta, silence, twilights, beams, heaven, quiet, halt, sleep, walk, bell, nap, clearness, radiance, brightness, ocean, night, exposure, doze, twilight, stillness, height, pause, solace, dream, sunlight, haze, hag, bowers, breeze, warms, shade, shine, forest, wrath, gleam, crowing, calm, abyss, peace, quietude, bower, appearance, shadows, bow'rs, dinners, ringing, sunbeam, bells, prayers, gain, philosophy, dinner, lights, piping, effulgence, recess, sleepeth, sea, warmth, zenith, skies, vision, groves

How noontide often is described (“________ noontide”)
great, hot, high, sultry, full, sunny, bright, gracious, fatal, golden, dim, warm, merry, brief, brilliant, clear, drowsy, glorious, fierce, fair, garish, genial, busy, southern, victorian, silent, brightest, late, ardent, broad, sleepy, indian, rich, cloudless, nigh, glossy, yellow, lonely, vertical, quiet, equable

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See noontide used in context: 3 Shakespeare works, 1 Bible passage

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