Examples of midwinter in a Sentence
the heavy snows and frigid temperatures of midwinter
Recent Examples of midwinter from the Web
This happens more often than snow-lovers like in Washington, even in midwinter.
Its gradual buildup has created glaciers on Alaska roadways and has in midwinter forced people from cabins as their property slowly transformed into a skating rink.
The awards, which were announced Monday at the association’s midwinter conference in Denver, are among the most prestigious prizes within children’s literature, and can drive sales and steer librarian and teacher recommendations.
Wednesday night’s lows are typical of midwinter – from the 20s in our colder areas to near 30 downtown.
Pediatric and adult hospitals see demand rise at the beginning of every year as the flu season peaks in midwinter.
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.
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First Known Use of midwinter
before 12th century
MIDWINTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of midwinter for English Language Learners
: the middle of winter
MIDWINTER Defined for Kids
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