solstice

[ sol-stis, sohl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF solstice

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For a few moments the sun stands at the summer solstice—its highest point.

The time of their incursion is from the summer solstice to the middle of winter.

As early as the winter solstice the cold began to make itself felt.

They ripen at the beginning of autumn, and last till after the solstice.

They ripen in autumn and sometimes last almost to the winter solstice.

They ripen at the beginning of autumn, and last till the winter solstice.

The allusion is to the approach of January, after the winter solstice.

At the summer solstice, he offers sacrifices to the earth; at the winter solstice, to heaven.

All of these sun-gods were born at the winter solstice—on Christmas.

In the third moon after the winter solstice the canoe was completed.

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