the sun visible at midnight in Arctic and Antarctic regions during their summer months.
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How to use midnight sun in a sentence
Cecilia Blomdahl stands in the entryway of her cabin, panning the camera to reveal a body of water glittering with light from the midnight sun.
The midnight sun makes the crime low and the people cheerful from midsummer until the first days of autumn.
The U.S. ambassador to Sweden, with its “blond platinum diplomats straight through the midnight sun.”Speed Read: 11 Best Bits from Joe Biden Satire ‘The President of Vice’ | Caroline Linton | January 19, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Eighteen years later, Karenstua Café is as much a part of the Myken summer as the midnight sun.
The depot showed up well in the north-west as a bright golden spot in the low midnight sun.The Home of the Blizzard | Douglas Mawson
After the ship sailed, and the land of the midnight sun had become icy and black, one of these comrades fell ill, and soon died.Tales of lonely trails | Zane Grey
Then, at Cape Prince of Wales you must have seen the midnight sun?The Crimson Flash | Roy J. Snell
That is a Yankee going to see the midnight sun; go and talk to him.Three in Norway | James Arthur Lees
The midnight sun is a grand steamer of 3,178 tons, and she was especially fitted out for yachting purposes.Cities of the Dawn | J. Ewing Ritchie
British Dictionary definitions for midnight sun
the sun visible at midnight during local summer inside the Arctic and Antarctic circles
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