Examples of midsummer in a Sentence
The new product should be in stores by midsummer.
Recent Examples of midsummer from the Web
As the sun beats down on the still water of Naperville's Centennial Beach on a midsummer Tuesday morning, six women prepare for their morning yoga practice — on stand-up paddle boards in the water.
Only about 40 percent of Catalans favored independence as of midsummer, but feelings are running hotter now.
The relationship between the two men has improved marginally since midsummer, as Sessions has made a public display of hunting for the leakers among the administration's national security officials.
Instead, the authors plan menus thinking of spring, early summer, midsummer, late summer, fall and winter.
For best results treat in spring, midsummer and/or fall.
What is happening here in midsummer is that the Trump presidential adventure has arrived at another of its routine tipping points.
Those scorching days of midsummer, when every air-conditioner in a hundred-mile radius is cranking at full blast, are hard on utilities.
The September Monster Energy Cup event at NHMS will move to Las Vegas Motor Speedway next season, with the track left hosting a single midsummer event in Loudon next year.
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First Known Use of midsummer
before 12th century
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