the saint's day of St. John the Baptist, celebrated on June 24, being one of the four quarter days in England.
- Also called St. John's Day.
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How to use Midsummer Day in a sentence
I've had a charming afternoon all by myself and wandered all over the hillside, dreaming Midsummer Day-dreams.Red Pepper Burns | Grace S. Richmond
It was December 21 and Midsummer Day, so we concluded that the spot would be a very chilly one in the winter.The Home of the Blizzard | Douglas Mawson
I was fifteen years and a half old when I became an apprentice to the forester, on Midsummer Day 1797.Autobiography of Friedrich Froebel | Friedrich Froebel
She had realized her doom for the first time in its entirety on the Midsummer Day preceding that we are now describing.Robert Elsmere | Mrs. Humphry Ward
On the night of Midsummer Day, 1793, the town of Ramsey held high festival.The Bondman | Hall Caine