Examples of midsummer in a Sentence
The new product should be in stores by midsummer.
Recent Examples of midsummer from the Web
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle enjoyed a midsummer’s night out on Thursday.
One way that this midsummer event is celebrated in Ecuador is Hatun Puncha (also called Inti Raymi), a time when Kichwa-Otavaleños (Indigenous people from the northern Andes) gather to make music and dance.
So that’s a big reason why this midsummer night’s dream — or nightmare — is doomed.
Riot's Greg Waters believes the critical shift came three years later, in 1981, when the event moved from Pride month—June, which is Australia’s winter—to midsummer, usually February near the start of Lent.
The midsummer cookout is open to non-meat eaters, Ms. Riley said.
Ohtani, who would have been the showcase of the All-Star Game, likely becoming the first player to ever hit and pitch at the midsummer event, will be out until at least late July, and that’s only if everything goes well.
The chefs are going to open a new restaurant in the former Coquette Cafe spot midsummer.
Of course, senior associate food editor Molly Baz vastly improved on my midsummer creation, brightening it with pickled peperoncini, lots of herbs, and a beautiful yogurt-harissa swirl.
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MIDSUMMER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of midsummer for English Language Learners
: the middle of summer
MIDSUMMER Defined for Kids
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