[ US /ˈmɪdˈsəmɝ/ ]
[ UK /mˈɪdsʌmɐ/ ]
  1. June 21, when the sun is at its northernmost point
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How To Use midsummer In A Sentence

  • They wor wed at Midsummer, an Sydney kept his word abaat smookin -- he started chewin, an suckin owd empty pipes, but it worn't like smookin, an whenivver he smelt th 'reek ov a cigar it fair set him longin, but like a man owt to do, he didn't braik his promise. Yorkshire Tales. Third Series Amusing sketches of Yorkshire Life in the Yorkshire Dialect
  • Ms. Miller's imprisonment for civil contempt of court was less a perfect storm — to use one of the press 'hoarier clichés to characterize a grim convergence of unpleasant events — as it was a brownout, a distressing midsummer sign that a full power outage is on its way. The Great D.C. Plame-Out, Or: Novak, Lord of the Journo-Flies
  • The main thoroughfare there is Midsummer Boulevard, or H6, if you prefer the totalitarian grid system peculiar to the area.
  • As the vines have yielded their fruit by midsummer and ripened their wood early so as to be ready for starting into growth again in December or January, the grapery is kept cool and ventilated in the fall and early winter, but this need not interfere with the mushroom crop. Mushrooms: how to grow them a practical treatise on mushroom culture for profit and pleasure
  • I don't normally take my holiday in midsummer.
  • Everything grows very slowly there and all northern hemisphere herbs are grown under shade cloth - the herbs can't manage the intense dry heat of midsummer.
  • Stunted, twisted growth and oddly distorted flowers are the symptoms of aster yellows, a disease which often shows up in midsummer.
  • We use to go for a midnight walk during the midsummer.
  • In the perennial border, a shrublet is the plant that's always in bloom, providing a wonderful contrast with peonies in the spring, delphinium in midsummer, and phlox in late summer.
  • Softwood cuttings are taken from new growth made in early spring to midsummer and are green at the tip and base.
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