But while he was so engaged, in the height of mid-summer he was attacked by a burning fever.
One day in mid-summer, she surprised him with a strange request.
They landed upon the coast of North Carolina at mid-summer, in the year 1584.
The Baxters were going to kill him, and this day in mid-summer was to be the time of the killing.
There, Christmas comes in mid-summer; with us in mid-winter.
Yes, in mid-winter it was hotter than it is now in mid-summer.
The whole had the appearance of a mid-summer and sylvan Christmas-tree al fresco.
Midsummer morning dawned—radiant and sunny as mid-summer morning should be.
They were walking round in a ring, singing the mid-summer's-night song.
You see its mid-summer and, of course, the glare from the ice is pretty bad.