this, tomorrow, yesterday | Friday, Saturday, etc. | early, late | April, May, etc. | spring, summer, etc. | long
the long sunny afternoons
| golden, hot, sunny, warm | grey, rainy, wet
VERB + AFTERNOON
We spent the afternoon sitting by the pool.
AFTERNOON + VERB
progress, wear on
As the afternoon wore on he began to look unhappy.
AFTERNOON + NOUN
Afternoon tea is served on the terrace.
| light, sun
The afternoon sun shone full on her.
by ~, during the ~, in the ~, on Monday, etc. ~
an/the afternoon off
You deserve an afternoon off.
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