Examples of midwinter in a Sentence
the heavy snows and frigid temperatures of midwinter
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In the Arctic, travelers on snowmobiles are falling through ice in midwinter — at a time when the ice should be more than a meter thick.
Many supermarkets seem indifferent to quality – willing to carry a mealy, tasteless peach in midwinter.
Prices start at $3,200 for a four-day, early December trip and climb to upward of $11,000 for a seven-day trip in midwinter.
In midwinter, Laconia is home to 16,000 residents, though in summer that number swells to 30,000.
Over 120 miles of multi-use trails twist through town, perfect for cross-country skiing or fat biking midwinter (median household income $78,000).
The weather is likely to return to its traditional midwinter self later this week.
KABUL, Afghanistan — After 16 years, Afghanistan’s long war shows no sign of taking a day off, even in midwinter.
By midwinter, some stations had reported up to 83 inches of rain.
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First Known Use of midwinter
before 12th century
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