[mid-yeer, -yeer for 1; mid-yeer for 2, 3]
- of, relating to, or occurring in midyear: midyear exams.
Origin of midyear
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Examples from the Web for midyear
Just before the midyear examinations came a crisis in the growth of their friendship.Beatrice Leigh at College
Julia Augusta Schwartz
Midyear, with its burden of examinations, its feverish hopes and fears, came and went.Marjorie Dean High School Freshman
That means, he'll have to wait till the Midyear Feasts, when the Convocation assembles, and he can get his constitution enacted.
The Midyear Feasts approached; each time he returned to the city he found more excitement as preparations went on.
The students attended a ball given three weeks ago during the midyear recess.News Writing
M. Lyle Spencer
- the middle of the year
- (as modifier)a midyear examination
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