summary vs summery

summary summery


  • 1) An abstract or a condensed presentation of the substance of a body of material.
  • 2) A brief statement mentioning the main points of something.
  • 3) A general or comprehensive statement; an abridged account; an abstract, abridgment, or compendium, containing the sum or substance of a fuller account.
  • 4) a brief statement that presents the main points in a concise form
  • 5) In law, a short application to a court or judge, without the formality of a full proceeding.
  • 6) An abridged or condensed statement or account; an abstract, abridgment, or compendium containing the sum or substance of a fuller statement.
  • 7) Concise, brief or presented in a condensed form
  • 8) law Performed by cutting the procedures of a normal trial.
  • 9) Performed speedily and without formal ceremony.
  • 10) Performed speedily and without ceremony.
  • 11) Presenting the substance in a condensed form; concise.
  • 12) Hence, rapidly performed; quickly executed.
  • 13) Formed into a sum; summed up; reduced into a narrow compass, or into few words; short; brief; concise; compendious.
  • 14) performed speedily and without formality
  • 15) briefly giving the gist of something
  • 16) Prompt,rapid.


  • 1) Of weather, typical of summer.
  • 2) Relating to the summer.
  • 3) Of, intended for, or suggesting summer.
  • 4) Of or pertaining to summer; like summer.
  • 5) belonging to or characteristic of or occurring in summer


  • 1) John tried to remember statistics from the relevant summary he'd read on joining the Withers office.
  • 2) The summary that Macleod was now rummaging through detailed Stone's calculations.
  • 3) Luckily it was one of those academic texts which carried summary pages at the end of each chapter.
  • 4) In summary, Mr. Woods, I think St. Thomas Aquinas would not consider your cause unjust.
  • 5) In such cases, one usually can avoid the term summary judgment and say that “the judge dismissed the case before trial”
  • 6) Rather than repeating the story, here's what's happening in summary from the Art Newspaper ..
  • 7) This, in summary, is the Roosevelt Recovery Programme.
  • 8) To the extent that your summary is accurate I would agree with Glazier.
  • 9) Let me ask: assuming that my summary is accurate, rather than yours, what would your reaction to Black Matrix be?
  • 10) The NSA staff would therefore have a vested interest in ensuring that the material in the summary is accurate.
  • 11) This summary is the belief of the most conservative of the outstanding clinicians in the United States engaged in diabetic work on a large scale.
  • 12) Peter [325] down to the present time; and she alone maintained a brief but definitely formulated _lex_, which she entitled the summary of apostolic tradition, and by reference to which she decided all questions of faith with admirable certainty.
  • 13) The NFL released what it described as a summary of its proposal to the union:
  • 14) ‘The summaries are brief, focussed and numbered for easy identification.’
  • 15) ‘Then there is the additional problem that many of us only see brief summaries of these reports in the press.’
  • 16) ‘At the time of the inquiry the families had been supplied with summaries of both witness statements and other material used in evidence.’
  • 17) ‘These have further information, plot summaries, reviews, pictures, and other good stuff.’
  • 18) ‘Hence our preference for brief, readable letters supplemented with pictures and summaries of responses.’
  • 19) ‘The system allows managers to view employees' annual holiday summaries and absence summaries at a glance.’
  • 20) ‘Clinical Evidence is a compendium of summaries of the best available evidence about what works and what doesn't work in health care.’
  • 21) ‘Daily summaries were compiled into weekly summaries and then monthly summaries.’
  • 22) ‘Even casual readers may benefit from the sectional summaries or recapitulations in the book.’
  • 23) ‘Table 1 shows descriptive summaries of variables common to both trials for both groups in each trial.’
  • 24) ‘Succinct summaries describe the structural features and relate other minerals to the one being viewed.’
  • 25) ‘I think secondhand accounts or summaries can be very useful simply because they allow us a quick grasp on a subject.’
  • 26) ‘You may remember that The Register used to run reader surveys online and publish summaries.’
  • 27) ‘As stated above, this brief list and the following summaries do not pretend to be complete.’
  • 28) ‘The result of your search will bring up a list of job summaries and links to full job descriptions.’
  • 29) ‘Yahoo and Lycos have posted excellent summaries of the top searches of 2003.’
  • 30) ‘Moreover, it demonstrates that they have not studied the full Audit Commission report, but rely on potted summaries.’
  • 31) ‘For those of you not familiar with the candidates and their parties, I've made quick summaries for you.’
  • 32) ‘His summaries of the world's problems are so well put that one feels they have been solved merely by virtue of the fact that he has described them.’
  • 33) ‘This is a nicely delivered and nuanced talk - much more so than this cursory summary suggests.’
  • 34) ‘In addition, short summary statements can be used to denote events, personal strengths, and so on.’
  • 35) ‘Attach supporting documentation and details behind the summary page for information.’
  • 36) ‘Offer a brief summary answer, links to threads, and outside material.’
  • 37) ‘I suppose they were expecting to find a summary statement they could just pass along.’
  • 38) ‘In the following sections I give a summary account of them.’
  • 39) ‘It began with a reminder of the history of our two families, in Ghana and in England, his summary account of who we were.’
  • 40) ‘I leave it to your Lordship whether you have summary assessment or detailed assessment.’
  • 41) ‘The two sides also prepared separate summary statements on the talks held Thursday and Friday in central Tokyo, he said.’
  • 42) ‘Alluding to the evidentialist objection as often as he does, Plantinga naturally makes use of summary statements of it.’
  • 43) ‘Because of its extreme brevity, it has been used both as a summary statement of Mahyna truth, and as a liturgical and ritual text.’
  • 44) ‘A further difficulty is that, in Mill's summary statement of the method, all circumstances are on a par.’
  • 45) ‘As summary statements, part of their rationale is to provide a key to the linkages between different articles.’
  • 46) ‘It also has summary statements for profit and loss, balance sheets and cash flow.’
  • 47) ‘I'll present excerpts from our discussion in abbreviated, summary format below.’
  • 48) ‘I take into account the summary allegations at paragraph 16 of the skeleton argument.’
  • 49) ‘In spite of its brevity, it is the most comprehensive summary listing that I have seen in print.’
  • 50) ‘The Committee may, however, decide to include a summary account of the results in its annual report.’
  • 51) ‘Full details of the analytical results from which the summary tables presented in this section are derived are available on request from the authors.’
  • 52) ‘If the service provider only provides a summary bill with no call detail, pay the extra fee to get the detailed billing.’
  • 53) ‘The summary graph, on page 35, reproduced here, does indeed show Scotland at the low end of the spectrum of business tax revenues.’
  • 54) ‘It also shows that copyright holders and their supporters will lean on the police to dispense summary punishment through judicial seizure.’
  • 55) ‘The Soviets executed soldiers on an infinitely greater scale, either after due process or as summary military punishment.’
  • 56) ‘They have the power of summary arrest and extradition, in spite of existing British laws, which specifically prohibit such action.’
  • 57) ‘Gun law, robbery, summary execution and internecine fighting have become the disorder of the day.’
  • 58) ‘Refusal to carry out an order resulted in summary execution.’
  • 59) ‘It retains its character as an indictable offence and it is not a summary conviction before a Court of Petty Sessions.’
  • 60) ‘The Crown will proceed by summary conviction, which means there will be no preliminary hearing and the trial will be by judge alone.’
  • 61) ‘In those circumstances it would be correct for the judge to remove the issue from the jury and grant summary judgment.’
  • 62) ‘However, he acknowledged that Judge Neilan had a legitimate complaint to question unduly lenient sentences being imposed in summary cases.’
  • 63) ‘Solicitors are also aggrieved that the six public defenders employed by the Scottish Legal Aid Board are now able to take cases in summary proceedings involving a sheriff and a jury.’


  • 1) Just looking at this bag makes me feel summery.
  • 2) They also look far more summery in warm weather than longer trousers.
  • 3) These shorts are perfect for looking summery and yet still very cool.
  • 4) Newly smooth legs always make me feel summery, and it has to be waxing.
  • 5) Choose high-waisted and tailored shorts for a chic look or hotpants for a more summery feel.
  • 6) It's the perfect shade to banish those winter blues and get you in a summery mood.
  • 7) Instead, people want more upbeat tracks that reflect a summery mood.
  • 8) Light and summery, perfect for this time of the year.
  • 9) With fish or shellfish this is deliciously bright, fresh and summery.
  • 10) Wanna wake up with a fresh, summery look?
  • 11) Can you recommend an alternative that will still be colourful but won't look too summery?
  • 12) Looking ahead, this week seems to have more of a summery feel especially across southern and eastern parts.
  • 13) Then you can still get away with dark tights or leggings when you want to look summery, without risking frostbite.
  • 14) They will taste great with a dollop of cream but here are three other recipes which are fresh, summery and tasty.
  • 15) The French toast and pears is a perfect pudding for this time of year because the mint gives it a fresh and summery feel.
  • 16) Rosé fights Such a light, summery drink.
  • 17) It's simple, light and summery.
  • 18) Continental wine drinkers don't have this problem with light, summery reds.
  • 19) One onlooker said: 'She looked very summery.
  • 20) Southern Sicily gets warm sea breezes straight from Africa that help keep it feeling summery long into autumn.
  • 21) I see the problem: you want a summery look, but still want to keep warm.
  • 22) I grow it off the corner of the house where the winds tear by, where it manages to make the spot look soft and summery.
  • 23) The back flap summery is enough because anyone with basic knowledge of a tastless teenage romance could connect the dots of the story.
  • 24) One more to go (and she wants something "summery" - in beach/southwest type colours - the colours I think I have a fairly good idea of, but no idea what I'll do for the block yet; probably not this star, though) and I can tick August off the list.
  • 25) His summery was the police force was totally inadequate to meet the security challenges of modern India.
  • 26) "'Tain't exactly what you'd call summery just now," I says.
  • 27) Airing on Sunday, Nov. 23, ` ` 24: Redemption '' was partly shot during a windy, chilly winter in South Africa (aka the summery and warm fictional nation of Sangala) and partly in sunny Los Angeles (aka Washington, D.C., in January).
  • 28) It acquired a kind of summery power after what I'd seen: The missing acknowledgement of evil by the three monkeys, the frog the snow turned into a victim, the infantilizing principle of the giant Mom, the feline predator on trial, Moby Dick retold in bronze, eyes whiter and colder with traces of demonic righteousness overturned remember those interpreters than the sculptor intended.
  • 29) ‘I enjoyed the sight of so many pretty girls in their light summery dresses walking along the well lit streets.’
  • 30) ‘She made a face and silently went to her room to dig out more summery clothes.’
  • 31) ‘That, and the summery weather on a winter day, contributed to everyone's good mood.’
  • 32) ‘Hot and summery, that's the weather you'll know if you ever get to Los Angeles.’
  • 33) ‘You can always choose basic black, but we picked a simple sleeveless dress in aqua silk for a summery look.’

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