summertime

[ suhm-er-tahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF summertime
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUMMERTIME

By summertime, he had five vessels ready for service, but no men to man them.

So it happens with your inquiry regarding desserts for Summertime.

He sucked in the cold night air of summertime Alaska and squared his shoulders.

I always hate the summertime when it brings dishes and things.

The idea of housing the feet in summertime in heavy wool socks!

"But that is not suited to the summertime," objected her brother.

In some parts of China, if not in all, the baby in summertime wore no clothing at all.

It took place in the summertime, usually lasting about four days.

The trees were bare, and there would be no drip, as might have been the case in summertime.

It is summertime again and the country is the place for your Uncle Hezekiah.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., somer tyme, from summer (n.1) + time (n.). Earlier were summertide (mid-13c.), sumeres tid (late Old English). In Britain, as two words, with reference to what in U.S. is daylight saving time, recorded from 1916.

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