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OTHER WORDS FROM midwintermidwintry, mid·win·ter·ly, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for midwinter
Midwinter Madness A suicidal woman is persuaded from the edge of a subway platform.
Midwinter put him back gently into his chair, and drew a seat near to it for himself.
In midwinter Evan's employer left a couple of axes with the blacksmith for repairs, the job to be done within a week.Our Boys|Various
On that year, as on this year and often, there came in the midwinter a dry and warm season between the early and the latter rain.Christmas Stories And Legends|Various
She had crossed the stormy ocean in midwinter because she had guessed that Isabel was sad.The Portrait of a Lady|Henry James
Midwinter, sitting near it, noticed his face as he went out.
British Dictionary definitions for midwinter
- the middle or depth of the winter
- (as modifier)a midwinter festival