- a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
- the part of the day between noon and evening
"When do you say "" good afternoon ? "" "
"Good afternoon, Mr. Tinker," he said, smiling boyishly
"On the next afternoon, the people of Yap Yap, both rich and poor, were called into the palace courtyard to decide an important matter."
" It was a lazy, breezy autumn afternoon."
Don't be such a dog in the manger. Lend your Bicycle to him since you will not go out this afternoon.
"One afternoon she said to her husband,""Joe, dear, I've found a pupil, a general's daughter. he is a sweet girl."
Late that afternoon, Jantje, the little hottentot herd boy, came up to me and handed me a letter, which he said the English baas had left for me
and two teams-- one in burnt orange and white, the other in some other color-bigger than life, looking like armor-clad Saturday afternoon warriors
When she got off work the next afternoon, she took me back to school. At the deserted3 playground, Mom looked carefully at the bars.
They drank coffer or bottled lemonade, in the pleasant, earned ease of Sunday afternoon…