suppertime


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the customary or habitual hour for the evening meal

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Suppertime came and, as usual, my dad Tough Guy slid his favorite fold-up camping chair to the head of the table.
SupperTime Entertainment, Liz Stahler, Partner & EVP Consumer Products/Publishing, 213-426-0386, liz@ suppertimentertainment.
I'd never been on a train before," he recalls of that day 75 years ago, "and I was really excited about it, thinking I'd be back by suppertime.
We hit the dock running, caught a tram to the cabin, hoped our stuff was enough and fanned out in all directions, until suppertime catching everything but up.
Using German frankfurters in our sausage and mixed bean cassoulet gives a lovely smoky flavour to a quick suppertime dish.
Night eating symptoms were defined as consuming greater than 25% of daily energy after suppertime.
He is never more self-possessed than during a whiskey-fueled suppertime argument among the former comrades about Syria's civil war -- specifically whether to support the nominally secular regime or the increasingly Islamist-looking opposition.
YOU may not like the look of it, but wartime housewives would have peered jealously at my suppertime sheep's heart.
So for instance, if you're someone who doesn't eat breakfast, start your 24 hours at suppertime.
If you wanted to you could leave them there at 9am and, apart from popping back to escort them to meals when the club is closed for an hour at lunch and suppertime, pick them up that night at midnight.
Eventually, the rain stopped and we fished until suppertime, fighting our way back to the lodge through the storm that still raged with unabated fury.
There was always a treat for Fala with FDR's breakfast tray--though the presidential pet did have to wait to get his main dinner at suppertime.
Sick of the topic as a suppertime one, I cynically included secondary syphilis in the differential diagnosis.
She asks if the whole family can take on each day's assignment at suppertime.
When he wakes up it is suppertime, he can smell cooking, but all of a sudden he hears a very loud noise--one that he has never heard before.