Examples of midwinter in a Sentence
the heavy snows and frigid temperatures of midwinter
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Back in the days of meaningful annual model changes, crank windows, and AM radio, there were some good reasons to avoid buying a car in midwinter.
In midwinter, there would appear to be two main options: Double down or escape.
There's no better time than the bleak midwinter to view the colorful works of media and graphics design artists to help lift your spirits.
Or perhaps the abundant foliage will simply cover up the scars made visible by the sparsity of bleak midwinter.
There’s nothing like the allure of Puccini’s music to counter any box office attrition that could set in at Lyric Opera during the bleak Chicago midwinter.
The two regularly do Penguin Plunge events - icy dips in midwinter.
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.
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First Known Use of midwinter
before 12th century
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