suppertime


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sup·per·time

 (sŭp′ər-tīm′)
n.
The time of day when supper is usually eaten.

suppertime

(ˈsʌpətaɪm)
n
1. (Cookery) the early part of the evening when people have their main evening meal
2. (Cookery) the part of the night just before people go to bed, when they have a simple meal or snack
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.suppertime - the customary or habitual hour for the evening mealsuppertime - the customary or habitual hour for the evening meal
mealtime - the hour at which a meal is habitually or customarily eaten
Translations

suppertime

[ˈsʌpətaɪm] Nhora f de cenar
References in classic literature ?
It was just suppertime, and the farmer was washing his hands at the kitchen door.
He did not speak to her again till suppertime, when he saw her drinking champagne with Ned and his friend Fisher, who were behaving `like a pair of fools', as Laurie said to himself, for he felt a brotherly sort of right to watch over the Marches and fight their battles whenever a defender was needed.
Start today with declaring suppertime a gadget-free zone, enjoy your meal with loved ones, and encourage your children to think about and share something about their day.
MARY WALSH: I worked in TV in 1972 on [CBC Newfoundland's suppertime news hour] Here and Now.
Whenever it's suppertime and I don't know what to get, Terry calls up out of the blue and says, "I just made meat loaf and got plenty left.
It's one of the fruits most likely to be in any kitchen, whether it's waiting to be sliced and plonked into that lovely big post-work gin and tonic, or squeezed over a sizzling fillet of suppertime fish (try grilling or roasting the lemon halves until they're well-charred for a wonderful new flavour experience).
He'd return at suppertime, laden with bits and pieces he collected on his rounds.
Beginning on page 5 are the Warm & Cozy Breakfasts, I found the Cheddar Cheese Strata to be a tasty Breakfast, or even fall suppertime meal.
On a visit to his monastic home, the College of the Resurrection near Leeds, he was seated with his elderly colleagues one suppertime discussing the pros and cons of buying a new suit when advanced age had been reached.
Rylant's gift for sly yet sweet humor is on every page, whether describing Herman's learned family of crows ("At suppertime .
At suppertime, he left the cake untouched so they could cut it and have dessert with him.