midsummer

noun mid·sum·mer \ -ˈsə-mər , -ˌsəm- \
Updated on: 10 Dec 2017

Definition of midsummer

1 : the middle of summer
2 : the summer solstice

midsummer

adjective

Examples of midsummer in a Sentence

  1. The new product should be in stores by midsummer.

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First Known Use of midsummer

before 12th century


MIDSUMMER Defined for English Language Learners

midsummer

noun

Definition of midsummer for English Language Learners

  • : the middle of summer


MIDSUMMER Defined for Kids

midsummer

noun mid·sum·mer \ ˈmid-ˈsə-mər \

Definition of midsummer for Students

1 : the middle of summer
2 : the summer solstice


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