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noun as in summer

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That red wine sitting on your kitchen counter, especially in the summertime, might be much warmer than the ideal serving temperature.

My favorite part is leading the programs for everybody—the kids, the adults, the school programs, and the weekend adventures in the summertime.

The way Kjartansson’s immersive exhibit echoes and distills our gradual, vaccine-assisted transition from prolonged isolation to summertime resumption of social life is uncanny.

That’s what the University of Aukland’s Woodward and his colleagues found when they modeled summertime heat and humidity throughout the Northern hemisphere, assuming that current rates of greenhouse gas emissions continue.

Another heat wave is set to park over the Lower 48 next week, bringing anomalous summertime heat to parts of the central and eastern United States that may have missed out on previous events.

The summertime staple is also a good source of potassium, vitamin A and vitamin C. 2.

What do we remember more fondly: Fantasia torching a rendition of “Summertime?”

For whatever reason, summertime in New York is when all the ghosts of hip-hop past come out of the woodwork.

This is whimsical and smart storytelling, perfect for summertime or any time.

Watch as the award winning performer belts out an operatic rendition of the classic “Summertime.”

It stood among trees and shrubs, now for the most part bare, but giving promise of shady privacy in summertime.

The action takes place in the town of Kalinov, on the banks of the Volga, in summertime.

Fagerlin was the big brindled cow, and at present, being summertime, was allowed to take the air in the garden.

Great elms throw their cloudlike shadows over the trim and well-kept roads in summertime.

In the summertime many boys go to the pond to swim, but never go out into the middle or far from the shore.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to summertime, such as: vacation, heat, midsummer, daylight savings time, dog days, and picnic days.

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