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Things noon often describes (“noon ________”)
wine, time, day, position, sunlight, sun, hour, lunch, light, recess, dinner, tide, agreement, rest, period, edition, heat, house, luncheon, meal, chow, altitude, unit, traffic, midnight, sight, blaze, fig, possessor, dismissal, units, run, intermission

Descriptive words:
high, past, local, near, apparent, mean, solar, hot, next, after, long, full, morrow, 9am, broad, bright, sultry, open, highest, sunny, warm, 8am, golden, eternal, daily, glorious, blue, a.m., 10am, breathless, cloudless, silent, sat, fri, sidereal, loam, fiery, brightest, day, fervid, 8.30am, pre, drowsy, tropical, still, quiet, lazy, perpetual, lunar, nigh, 7am, bed, torrid, sun, brilliant, mid, radiant, immortal, hottest, nearer, purple, wed, genial, solemn, scorching, fierce, nearest, post

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Book See noon used in context: 100+ rhymes, 17 Shakespeare works, 2 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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