midwinter Madness A suicidal woman is persuaded from the edge of a subway platform.
Florida is warm often even in midwinter; nevertheless, rising at five gives one a keen appetite for the early breakfast.
In the southern part, midsummer is in January and midwinter in July.
Insensibly, as he looked round, midwinter's thoughts reverted to the comrade who had shared with him the adventure of the night.
If you call this cold I don't know what you will do at midwinter.
It reminded him of midwinter swamp grasses springing out of a bed of snow.
Downstairs, Christine and Palmer had entered on the round of midwinter gayeties.
That scene of war this morning might have been in Russia in midwinter, instead of in France in spring-time.
It was hard for an inn-keeper to be cheerful in midwinter with an empty house.
It was now midwinter, the stormiest season of the year, and they remained for six weeks in Port St. Julian.