Examples of midsummer in a Sentence
The new product should be in stores by midsummer.
Recent Examples of midsummer from the Web
Start applying additional fertilizer midsummer for spring-potted plants that use these mixtures.
Imagine the backwoods of Arkansas, midsummer, bank crowded with cottonwoods, willows bowing to the muddy water, fish are jumping, cotton is high.
The Enquirer/Carrie Cochran No one showed up at the courtroom Wednesday morning to speak for Andrew Lavender, who killed a father of five on a midsummer night in 2014 when Lavender was just 16 years old.
Any stalks that drop their leaves and are still bare by midsummer are dead, and should be pruned off at ground level.
And a midsummer evening purportedly devoted to me had somehow become a matter of we.
Fehoko will be eligible to play in 2018 after his midsummer transfer from Texas Tech.
Tests will start early in 2018 in dry west Texas and continue in humid central Alabama around midsummer.
Those scorching days of midsummer, when every air-conditioner in a hundred-mile radius is cranking at full blast, are hard on utilities.
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First Known Use of midsummer
before 12th century
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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