NOO’NDAY. adj.

NOO'NDAY. adj.

NOO’NDAY. n.s. [noon and day.] Midday.
The bird of night did sit,
Ev’n at noonday, upon the market-place,
Houting and shrieking.  Shak. Jul. Caesar.
The dimness of our intellectual eyes, Aristotle fitly com-
pares to those of an owl at noondayBoyle.

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