the depth of winter

noun

: the middle of winter : the coldest part of winter

Examples of the depth of winter in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Then there’s the fact that NYFW takes place in February, in the depths of winter, a notoriously tough time for your complexion. Celia Shatzman, Forbes, 14 Feb. 2024 But her freezing frustrations are far from unique: Across Russia, creaking infrastructure and a wave of accidents have plunged households into the cold in the depth of winter, fueling rare showings of anger and irritation in a country where public criticism has been increasingly quashed. Yuliya Talmazan, NBC News, 8 Feb. 2024 In many late-night gaming sessions in the depths of winter in a leaky old Boston brownstone, the Dell doubled as a space heater. Clifford Atiyeh, Robb Report, 13 Nov. 2023 In the Wild Throw Blanket In the depths of winter (or even when the air conditioner is working on overdrive), this fuzzy oversized throw is basically like a big, warm hug. Brigitt Earley, Glamour, 21 Sep. 2023 Slivers of sunlight brighten skies for only a few hours in the depth of winter. USA TODAY, 8 June 2023 Imagine enjoying the freshness of garden vegetables even in the depths of winter. Justin Miller Communications Specialist Alabama Cooperative Extension System, al, 6 June 2023 First and Foremost The Best First Aid Kits Clothing While the depths of winter and summer are fairly easy to dress for, those in-between months with unpredictable temperatures and precipitationpresent a unique challenge for what to wear. Matt Crisara, Popular Mechanics, 2 June 2023 The film shows the lapse in time, from the rush of deep powder in the depths of winter to the pinnacle terrain of Alaska in the spring. Dakota Kim, Los Angeles Times, 1 June 2023

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“The depth of winter.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/the%20depth%20of%20winter. Accessed 18 Apr. 2024.

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